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Nova Scotia Legislature Congratulates George Egan On Teaching Award, Conveying Interest In History To Students April 28, 2005 RESOLUTION NO. 3511 of the Nova Scotia Legislative Assembly By: Hon. Richard Hurlburt (Natural Resources) Session: Friday April 28, 2005 Whereas a ceremony and reception held recently during Education Week and focusing on the theme History: Look in your own backyard, saw 27 educators from across Nova Scotia honoured by their respective school boards; and Whereas George Egan from the Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial School was one of three educators chosen by the Tri-County Regional School Board; and Whereas in June 2000, our government announced that Canadian History would become a mandatory course for high school graduation in Nova Scotia to ensure all students leave school with a sense of their history and heritage, because in June 2000, just 77 of 11,631 Grade 12 students, or fewer than 1 per cent, were enrolled in Canadian History courses in Nova Scotia high schools; Therefore be it resolved that all MLA’s in this Legislature congratulate Yarmouth Consolidated Memorial High School teacher George Egan for being named as one of the 27 award winners province-wide, for his ardent interest in the subject and for properly conveying the wonderful aspects of the course to his students. The motion is carried.
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Nova Scotia Legislature Congratulates George Egan On Teaching Award, Conveying Interest In History To Students April 28, 2005
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