CAQ leader Francois Legeault is repeating a pledge from the 2012 election campaign.
He wants to abolish school boards and replace them with regional service centers.
Campaigning on day four of the election campaign, he added “it’s simply a question of efficiency and good sense.”
He issued a press release Saturday saying "this isn’t a question of cutting for the sake of cutting. Our goal is to bring people and resources closer together and provide services directly to students.”
He described the school boards as expensive, adding they're becoming more and more unnecessary.
He even used the word wasteful.
Speaking to reporters, Legault said his plan would save $300-million.
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