Bill 101, a law that became known as the French Language Charter. The law made French the only official language of Quebec. Laws were enacted in French. All outside signs had to be in French (later, English was allowed, but French had to predominate). Workers could not be forced to speak a language other than French. All students had to attend Francophone schools, unless at least one of their parents had been educated in English in Quebec. Later, students whose parents had attended Anglophone schools elsewhere in Canada were also allowed to attend Anglophone schools.