image Survey for Catholic Education to be conducted

	 Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association Newswire for Members: June 26, 2013 June 26, 2013 By Sharon McMillan Leave a Comment  A publication of the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association … Promoting and Protecting Catholic Education Inside this Issue:  Index [hide]      1 Inside this Issue:     2 Use of Copyright-Protected Works for Education     3 Cardus-Notre Dame Study Explores Impact of Religious Education on Long-Term Student Life     4 OCSTA Fall Regional Meetings     5 Career Opportunity     6 A Student’s Reflection on Hope and Community  Use of Copyright-Protected Works for Education  On June 21, the Ministry of Education released Policy/Program Memorandum No. 157 which describes the roles and responsibilities of school boards regarding the educational use of copyright-protected works in compliance with the Copyright Act, including uses that are outside permitted provisions.  This memo also provides recommended compliance strategies for school boards.  To view the memorandum please click on the following link:  Ministry of Education Memo re: Use of Copyright Protected Works for Education Cardus-Notre Dame Study Explores Impact of Religious Education on Long-Term Student Life

From the OCSTA:
PRESS RELEASE

NOTRE DAME, IN, May 23, 2013—Building on its groundbreaking studies into the citizenship outcomes of educational choice, Canadian think tank Cardus has partnered with the University of Notre Dame to establish a long-term education research initiative.

The Cardus-Notre Dame initiative will formally launch in July 2013, with a mandate to explore how parental choice of religious school influences long-term student, family and community life. … For more see http://www.ocsta.on.ca/ontario-catholic-school-newswire-june-25-2013/#Cardus-Notre_Dame_Study_Explores_Impact_of_Religious_Education_on_Long-Term_Student_Life

or

http://www.cardus.ca/research/education/initiative/

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