Education Act, Section 14
Rooted in the constitutional rights established by section 23 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Francophone education provides students with programming that fosters personal, intellectual and social development while enabling them to master the French language and to build a sense of belonging to and identification with the Francophone culture, community and language. Thus, the program goal is two-fold: French language proficiency and identity development.
For information on Federal French Language Funding managed by Official Languages in Education Programs (Alberta Education), see Section F of the Funding Manual for School Authorities.
Last updated: August 26, 2022