A concertation around six priority intervention areas 

 
The Table estrienne de concertation interordres en éducation (TECIÉ) has identify, in its action plan, six priority intervention areas, in which they wish, with the Projet PRÉE, concentrate its efforts.

These choices were made from a review of researches on best practices, which mean, they have conducted to significantly reduce the dropout rate.
 
  1. The prevention and early screening of learning problems in mother tongue instruction, especially in reading, as well as in mathematics before a child starts school and as soon as the first signs of learning difficulty appear.
  2.  Assistance to students with difficulties learning their mother tongue, especially in reading, and mathematics, in their school and community, to ensure they develop the skills required to succeed.
  3. Regular guidance from significant and committed adults for each child throughout his or her school life, in the family, school and community.
  4. The expression and maintenance of high expectations regarding youth's commitment to their education and success – high expectations of educators and administrators, as well as community partners in terms of quality of services and practices implemented.
  5. The use by teachers of recognized practices that give meaning to their instruction, that feed, expand and heighten the educational and professional aspirations of youth.
  6. Close contact between schools and the work environment to give youth a sense of meaning and perspective to their education.