Dan Perrins’ report presents four options; public consultations encouraged
|A school classroom is pictured. File photo/Times-Herald|
By Lisa Goudy
Feedback from a provincial review indicated unanimous support from stakeholders that further amalgamations of school boards should not take place.
Dan Perrins submitted his K-12 Education Governance report to Deputy Premier and Education Minister Don Morgan on Wednesday. His report stated he conversed with 32 stakeholders in developing the report, including 19 school boards, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation, Service Employees International Union (SEIU), Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SBBA), SBBA Public and Catholic sections and Saskatchewan Association of School Business officials, as well as a parent group, the opposition education critic and members of the general public.