The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada has announced that is seeking leave to appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada this summer’s Federal Court of Appeal decision involving fair dealing in education. I discussed the decision here.
CMEC Seeks Leave to Appeal Fair Dealing Decision
September 29, 2010
Tags: access copyright / cmec / fair dealing
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As I am dealing with many inside the education sector on policy right now, this is a most welcomed appeal. Parents are extremely concerned on the amount of money they already dish out to our public education system, on top of fee’s for text books etc..which should be covered by the system to begin with.
The Access Copyright win with the public education sector was one of the top stories on my blog. I have a huge amount of readers from the education sector due to an ongoing investigation with my local board, and the Ministry of Education which is currently on the Ontario Ombudsman’s desk.