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EXCLUSION TRACKER 2020/2021: BCEdAccess’ Exclusion* Incident Report Form

Exclusion of students with special needs and/or disabilities is a notable problem in BC K-12 schools. *Exclusion is, under the School Act, actually a suspension and the rules that govern this should be laid out in School Board policy in for each District.

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AdvoCon2020 Workshop: Reading Science and Exceptional Learners

“Did you know that reading is not a natural process? The human brain has not evolved to have one reading center. Every brain has to rewire itself so it can learn to read. Reading Science bases instruction on the 5 Essential Skills that everyone needs to develop in order to become a confident reader. There are many ways we can support these skills at home and in the classroom to give individuals access to what the UN considers a basic human right, reading.”

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Advocacy and Conflict Resolution for Students with Disabilities in BC Education – A Rights Based Primer

Advocacy and Conflict Resolution for Students with Disabilities in BC Education – A Rights Based Primer for #bced #HumanRights #bcpoli

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#AdvoCon2019 – FAQs

We are working hard behind the scenes to bring together a stellar event. Whether this will be your first time attending or you’ve come to every one so far, we hope you walk away inspired, energized, and ready to take your influence to the next level.

If you’re looking for help to prepare you for the event or help you decide if this conference is for you, and to answer a number of questions, this is the blog post to read. Information will be updated here as it becomes available.

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TRACKING EXCLUSION: BCEdAccess’ Exclusion* Incident Report Form

Exclusion of students with special needs and/or disabilities is a notable problem in BC K-12 schools. *Exclusion is, under the School Act, actually a suspension and the rules that govern this should be laid out in School Board policy in for each District.

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Back to School – 8 things you can do to prepare your child with special needs

Find out when that first day is – will your child be attending on the first day of school? Often schools will ‘suggest’ that your child may be more comfortable attending a few days or even a few weeks later instead, and sometimes you won’t find this out until very close to the date. And some families choose a later transition because they know that this is what will work best for their child.

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