School trustees do important work in our education system, overseeing the delivery of K-12 public education. In your governance role, you are responsible for a large budget and a large number of employees, and for the strategic direction of the district. Ideally you’ll work as a team to represent your community, and to advocate to the province as necessary for the things your district needs to best serve students.
I started an Inclusion Subcommittee at my school about a year and ½ ago. I set it up as a subcommittee of the PAC for a few reasons:
The letter below was sent to the Board of Directors of Autism BC yesterday in light of the recent news of one of their Directors’… Read More »Letter to Autism BC Re: Fair and Equitable Access and Human Rights
Since September 4th, 2018, BCEdAccess has been collecting data on the exclusion of students with disabilities from schools in BC.
BCEdAccess is thrilled to announce the appointment of our first Board of Directors as we take the next step toward becoming a not for profit society in BC.
BCEdAccess presented Oct 9th to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services
We’re so close now to our third annual conference on October 6th in Surrey! Get your tickets here: Advocacy: Strategies and Solutions This conference would… Read More »#AdvoCon2018 – Full Brochure on Speakers and Workshops
Enjoy snacks, drinks and conversation while listening to exciting, quick presentations designed to get you excited about inclusive ideas!
Going to the all candidates forums in your neighborhood, or chatting with a candidate online or over coffee? Need some ideas on what to ask the trustee hopefuls? The team at BCEdAccess has put together a list you can choose from or modify as you see fit!