This is Your Invitation to Hear One of Canada’s Leading
Education Reformers Speaking at a Free AIMS Event

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Edmonton proves that school choice and accountability works in the public schools:

Edmonton has revolutionized its public schools. Every school is now an education enterprise led by a strong CEO (principal) with the power to implement change and the capability to acquire the services and resources the students need, when they need them. Throughout North America, Edmonton is being held up as the example of what the public schools can and should be.

Angus McBeath, a native Maritimer, will recount how his adopted city found the formula to revive the spirit, energy, and commitment of people to public education. Edmonton has proven that choice, accountability and performance are not incompatible with the Canadian public school system, but key to its renewal and improvement.

Through the generous support of the Society for the Advancement of Excellence in Education AIMS is able to offer you an opportunity to hear and exchange ideas with Angus McBeath free of charge.

This will be an event of interest to anyone who has children in the system or is concerned about the quality of education our public system is offering.

Please note, pre-registration is required, and space is limited. Registrations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis. We would appreciate the courtesy of notification if the registrant is unable to attend.  
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