Christy Clark:

Don't Close The Doors on Adult Education!

Last year, Premier Christy Clark cut over $15 million from Adult Basic Education programming and removed the tuition fee-free mandate that was introduced by the Gordon Campbell government. This short-sighted plan will close the doors on adult learners trying to access high school education.

This scheme will hurt our economy and fuel inequality.

Speak Out Before it's Too Late!

In 2014, the Christy Clark government cut millions of dollars from adult basic education. Adults are now paying hundreds of dollars for high school upgrading courses

Doors of opportunity are closing for thousands of British Columbians who are working hard to gain the knowledge and skills they need to get better jobs, support the economy, and create better lives for themselves, and their families.

Adult Basic Education (ABE) has been tuition-free in BC since 2007. The provincial government announced a massive $15.9 million funding cut from Adult Basic Education programming in BC and removed the tuition-free ABE mandate. This short-sighted plan will hurt our economy and fuel inequality. 

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