LEARN is a non-profit educational organization that offers, at no charge, a wealth of information and resources for the English-speaking community in Quebec. Building on the merger of four organizations in July 2005, LEARN has developed a variety of resources.
LEARN is a driving force for educational innovation and practice. LEARN brings together the expertise and efforts of educators, students, parents and partners in our community to cultivate success for all learners. We help people learn and are the most innovative driving force for educational innovation and practice in Quebec.
We serve the educational lifelong learning needs of the English-speaking community in Quebec in line with government priorities. LEARN offers all students who are eligible to attend English schools in Quebec supplemental and complementary educational services and learning resources to support staying in school and academic success.
Vision, Mission and Values
To be the most innovative and collaborative educational organization for the English-speaking community of Quebec.
To serve the educational lifelong learning needs of the English-speaking community in Quebec and contribute to student success and community vitality.
Board of Directors
The current membership of the Board of Directors for 2016-17
Sylvain Racette, Director General, RSB (Chairman)
Paul Lamoureux, Director General, SWLSB (Vice-Chairman)
Ruth Ahern, Assistant Director General, WQSB
Michael Chechile, Director General, LBPSB
Lucy de Mendonça, Director General, LSB
Holly Hampson, Executive Director, QAIS
Mike Helm, Assistant Director General, NFSB
Corrine Levy Sommer, Director General, AJDS
Howard Miller, Director General, ESSB
Stephen Pigeon, Director General, CQSB
Christian Provencher, Director General, ETSB
Marcus Tabachnick, Executive Director, QESBA
What we do
What LEARN is about and what it does
LEARN helps the English-speaking community of Quebec learn with the most innovative content, materials and approaches. LEARN does this by adding value and enriching what already exists, and by supplementing and complementing essential services and resources for learners in the English-speaking community.
In 2015-2016, LEARN catered to more than 9,400 students from all the English-speaking school boards in the province by offering online distance learning opportunities. LEARN’S overall services and resources – virtual school, tutoring, tailored pedagogical content, training, community learning centres’ (CLC) support, academic peer review articles, curated resources, enrichment activities – were offered to more than 39,500 students and parents as well as hundreds of educators across Quebec.
2015-2016 Year-End Report Download
2014-2015 Update Download
2013-2014 Update Download
2012-2013 Update Download
2011-2012 Update Download