The provincial Ministry of Education says it plans to release findings of a report into provincial demonstration schools, including Sagonaska in Belleville, within the next few days.
The report, which was supposed to come out last month, was put together from consultations with students, staff and parents and is aimed at finding the best ways to meet the needs of students who benefit from demonstration and deaf-blind school programs.
The Ministry also says it has sent out invitations to school council representatives, to have a meeting with the Minister and discuss the content of the report and the next steps.
In a written statement, spokesperson May Nazar also confirmed 16 human rights tribunal applications have been filed against the ministry, but wouldn’t comment further, since the matters are still before the courts.
Those H-R-T applications were filed by Sagonaska parents upset with the process, and are worth millions of dollars.