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The Association des conseils scolaires des écoles publiques de l'Ontario ( (English) Ontario French-language Public School Boards' Association) is an educational organization with its headquarters in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.[1] It changed its name in 2006 from Association des conseillères et des conseillers des écoles publiques de l'Ontario ( (English) Ontario French-language school boards Trustees (FLSBs) to move from an individual membership to school board representation. In 2011, student registration in the provincial Public French-language schools has grown by 48% since its inception in 1998 and serves over 25% of French language elementary and secondary students in the province of Ontario.

French language education is a Canadian constitutional right of Francophones in Ontario. Parents who do not have that constitutional right may also register their children in French Schools by applying to an admission committee.

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  1. ^ "Contact." ACÉPO. Retrieved on December 21, 2011. "1426 Larkhaven Crescent Ottawa ON Canada K1C 5A1" - Address in French: "1426 rue Larkhaven Ottawa (Ontario) Canada K1C 5A1"

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Most of these links are to French-language sites/ or bilingual French and English: