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Province needs your feedback on adult education

About 200,000 Ontarians participate in adult education programs every year 
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Sudbury Vocational Resource Centre is helping to spread the word about a current feedback consultation that is being held to help strengthen Ontario’s adult education system. (Supplied)

Sudbury Vocational Resource Centre is helping to spread the word about a current feedback consultation that is being held to help strengthen Ontario’s adult education system.

“The Ministries of Advanced Education and Skills Development (MAESD), Education (EDU), and Citizenship and Immigration (MCI) are asking for feedback from current or former students, as well as teachers, program administrators, support organizations or employers, and this will help inform the province’s next steps on adult education,” said Ginette Comeau-Roy, program manager with SVRC.

“These programs are so important to our community and people need to speak up and give their input. Your thoughts and opinions will help to inform the government's next steps.”

In Ontario, about 200,000 people participate in adult education programs each year, which give them opportunities to upgrade their knowledge, skills and education.

If you're interested in giving feedback, visit this website.