Gallant said the fund would be allocated for teachers who are approved for specific projects, and the money would go to teacher training and technology.
He said the fund would cost
The proposal would have to be evaluated after the first year, but he'd like to see it available in all schools after a few years, he added.
"We want to make sure we have a good trial run with it, we develop the right curriculum, we have people who can teach it right away and hit the ground running," Gallant said.
The promise comes ahead of an election scheduled for
Alward said the
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