La commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal (CECM) était une commission scolaire qui regroupait les écoliers et les élèves catholiques de l'île de Montréal tant francophones qu'anglophones. Elle a accueilli 67 % de la population montréalaise pendant plus de 150 ans.

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  • La commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal (CECM) était une commission scolaire qui regroupait les écoliers et les élèves catholiques de l'île de Montréal tant francophones qu'anglophones. Elle a accueilli 67 % de la population montréalaise pendant plus de 150 ans.
  • La commissione scolastica cattolica di Montréal (Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal) era un distretto scolastico cattolico situato a Montréal, Québec, Canada. Era composto da numerose scuole in cui si parlava in francese ed altre in cui si parlava in inglese.
  • La Comisión de escuelas católicas de Montreal (Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal, CECM) era un distrito escolar en Quebec, Canadá. Tenía su sede en Montreal.El distrito gestionaba escuelas públicas católicas en francés y inglés. En 1996, el distrito tenía 130.000 estudiantes (90.000 niños y 40.000 adultos) y gestionaba escuelas en Montreal, Côte-Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Montréal-Nord, Montréal-Ouest y Westmount. En 1996 la comisión gestionaba 150 escuelas primarias del sector francés, 20 escuelas primarias del sector inglés, 35 escuelas secundarias del sector francés, 8 escuelas secundarias del sector inglés, 28 centros de educación para adultos y educación profesional del sector francés, y 5 centros de educación para adultos y educación profesional del sector inglés. En 1998, el distrito ha cerrado.
  • The Montreal Catholic School Commission (Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal, CECM) was a Roman Catholic school district in Montreal, Quebec, Canada which operated both French-language and English-language schools. It was the largest school board in Quebec, and was created on June 9, 1846, at the same time as a Protestant school board, which became the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal. When Quebec's religious "confessional" school boards were replaced by linguistic ones in 1998, the French-language schools and the board's headquarters were turned over to the Commission scolaire de Montréal and its English-language schools to the English Montreal School Board.In 1847, the board had 377 pupils. By 1917, this number increased to 75,000 students. The first kindergarten was established in 1914. An alliance of Catholic teachers was founded in 1919.Primary education is established during the 1920s. During the 1930s, the MCSC began to distribute milk to students and the first school for the disabled opened.Teachers threatened to strike in 1945. Union activist Léo Guindon was dismissed by the commission in 1948. In January 1949, a long strike paralyzed the board.The English sector of the MCSC became independent in 1963. In 1964, the Ministry of Education of Quebec was established, reducing the authority of boards and religious leaders in the school system.The school population reached a peak in 1970 with 229,000 pupils and 400 schools. The commissioners were originally appointed, but were elected for the first time in 1973. In 1981, the Levesque government of René Lévesque restricted access of the clergy to the schools.In 1982, the commissioners introduced a program of sexuality education. In 1990, the committee adopted a policy to promote the use of French.In 1996, when the district celebrated its 150th anniversary, it had a total of 130,000 students; of them 90,000, including 80,000 in the French-language schools and 10,000 in the English-language schools, were in the public school system. The district served Montreal, Côte Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Montréal-Nord, and Westmount.As of 1996, the district had 229 French-language schools, including 150 elementary schools, 35 secondary schools, and 28 special schools (some operated adult education programmes, some operated vocational and technical programmes). The English-language schools included 20 elementary schools, 8 secondary schools, and five special schools. The district had 13 special schools for students with handicaps, disabilities, and behavioral problems. The district classified 40% of its enrollment as "multiethnic."
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  • La commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal (CECM) était une commission scolaire qui regroupait les écoliers et les élèves catholiques de l'île de Montréal tant francophones qu'anglophones. Elle a accueilli 67 % de la population montréalaise pendant plus de 150 ans.
  • La commissione scolastica cattolica di Montréal (Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal) era un distretto scolastico cattolico situato a Montréal, Québec, Canada. Era composto da numerose scuole in cui si parlava in francese ed altre in cui si parlava in inglese.
  • La Comisión de escuelas católicas de Montreal (Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal, CECM) era un distrito escolar en Quebec, Canadá. Tenía su sede en Montreal.El distrito gestionaba escuelas públicas católicas en francés y inglés. En 1996, el distrito tenía 130.000 estudiantes (90.000 niños y 40.000 adultos) y gestionaba escuelas en Montreal, Côte-Saint-Luc, Hampstead, Montréal-Nord, Montréal-Ouest y Westmount.
  • The Montreal Catholic School Commission (Commission des écoles catholiques de Montréal, CECM) was a Roman Catholic school district in Montreal, Quebec, Canada which operated both French-language and English-language schools. It was the largest school board in Quebec, and was created on June 9, 1846, at the same time as a Protestant school board, which became the Protestant School Board of Greater Montreal.
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  • Comisión de escuelas católicas de Montreal
  • Commissione scolastica cattolica di Montréal
  • Montreal Catholic School Commission
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