I want to share my experience about how my daughter was subjected to discrimination, and discuss how retaliation affects advocacy.
Search Results for: EXCLUSION TRACKER
Within the last year, BC parents paid for many services that should be provided in school or by Health or MCFD to be truly equitable, including tutoring, occupational therapy, psychoeducational assessments, and more.
Exclusion Tracker 2020/21 Preliminary Report – September – see what we’ve learned so far about #bced exclusions of students with #disabilities
#AdvoCon2020 Workshop: Exclusion Tracker Training Session with @InclusionBC and @BCEdAccess #bced #InclusionMatters
Exclusion Tracker 2018/2019 Final Report #bced #bcpoli #inclusiveeducation
BCEdAccess #Exclusion Tracker Interim Report, February 8th, 2019 #bced #bcpoli #inclusionmatters
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.
#AdvoCon2019 Workshop: Exclusions in School – How it Happens and What We Can Do, by Jenn Newby and Nicole Kaler
#AdvoCon2019 Workshop: Exclusions in School – How it Happens and What We Can Do, by Jenn Newby and Nicole Kaler @JcbNewby @NicoleKaler1 #bced #bcpoli #humanrights