On the first day of school in Montreal, Global TV News and Le Devoir newspaper both ask: why is Nesbitt school on the chopping block? Julie Barlow has been fighting for the past five months to keep this successful bilingual school open. EMSB Director General Robert Stocker told Maclean’s magazine last week that Nesbitt is «draining» other schools.
Is the EMSB killing the best to save the rest?
Watch the Global TV News report: Wed, Aug 31 – Back to school for those at Nesbitt Elementary is bittersweet this year. Reporter Anne Leclair finds out why.
Read the article in Le Devoir: L’école Nesbitt ne veut pas mourir. L’établissement anglophone «bilingue» pourrait vivre sa dernière rentrée. Nesbitt school does not want to die. Might this be the last ‘back to school’ for this bilingual institution?