Pedagogical and educational practices

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Pedagogical practices, i.e., what is taught and how it is taught, have a major influence on school perseverance. These practices affect students’ overall interest in the subject being taught and, more broadly, their enjoyment of the learning experience. Certain factors related to teaching practices significantly promote learning, including ongoing teacher training and student-teacher relationships based on trust.

Courses of effective action

  • Put in place initiatives to attract and keep competent teachers.
  • Encourage a positive attitude of parents and the community toward the teaching profession, people working in schools, and in particular, the teachers of their children.
Notes

Source: Réunir Réussir

School perseverance at a glance

  • 78,1%

    of Montreal students obtain a diploma.

    A 10,4% improvement since 2009.

  • 20.8%

    of Montreal youth drop out before graduating.

    A 3.8% improvement since 2009.

  • 26%

    of Québec dropouts are in Montreal.

    This represents 2,577 Montreal youth who left school without graduating in 2013.

  • 28.9%

    of Montreal kindergarten students are vulnerable in at least one developmental domain.

    This is higher than the Québec average of 25.6%.

  • Nearly
    84%

    of Québec elementary students living in the most underprivileged conditions are in Montreal.

    An average of 25,245 Montreal families with a child under the age of 18 live in a highly underprivileged area.

Government graduation-rate target for 2020

77%

(Target for the Montreal region, students aged 20 and under)