BCCAISE used to be BCCASE. We’re eager to learn about this name change and more from Vince! We hope you will be able to make it to see him speak at Connecting to Strengthen Advocacy in Education, our 5th education advocacy conference held October 18th and 19th at the Civic Hotel in Surrey, BC.

Tickets available here:

Connecting to Strengthen Advocacy In Education Conference

Dr. Vince White is President of the BC Council of Administrators of Inclusive Supports in Education (BC CAISE). He is a Director of Instruction in North Vancouver School District and an Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia. Vince has worked for over 20 years in public education, where he has held various positions in both elementary and secondary school settings, including classroom teacher, counsellor, learning services teacher, school-based and district administrator. His recent work on developing a conceptual framework for celebrating and supporting learners with complex needs was presented at BCCAISE’s annual conference in 2018. In North Vancouver School District it continues to represent a core structure for bringing school district personnel, families and community partners together to work in partnership to support student diversity. 

Workshop: Celebrating and Supporting Student Diversity in BC Schools: BC CAISE

You will learn:

An understanding of BC CAISE and its ongoing work to celebrate and support student diversity An understanding of some current challenges that school administrators face in their efforts to support inclusive education

This session will provide an overview of BC CAISE, its history and ongoing work as an association of administrators deeply invested in supporting student diversity. Attendees will be engaged in discussions that invite their perspectives on current challenges that face inclusive education, and they will be asked to consider how BC CAISE can further strengthen its partnership with our stakeholder groups to achieve this essential mandate.

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