You may want to bookmark this post for future use! We are now into August, and even though we still have some summertime left until… Read More »Taking Human Rights Back To School – a Primer
We’re delighted to announce that for our 9th annual advocacy conference, #AdvoCon203, we’ll be cohosting with BC People First, an independent voice of self-advocates in… Read More »#AdvoCon2023 EarlyBird Tickets Now Available!
All students must be included on field trips. Yes, even disabled students. Yes, even students with complex support needs, challenging behaviour, physical disabilities. Schools must… Read More »All Means All – Including On Field Trips
Rights-based advocacy for equitable education for disabled students is my passion, but justice is my goal. Justice takes into account how identities like race, ethnicity, gender, class, and sexual orientation, affect a disabled person’s experience. By extension, as parents/ guardians/caregivers, the response to our advocacy is also affected by our identity.
“Pink shirt day is performative and nothing more.There is no actual work behind it and many kids who are bullied are confused as to why… Read More »From Pink Shirts to Systemic Change: Challenging Oppression in Our Schools
Do you have concerns about a decision the school or district made for your child/youth? Learn how to resolve them!
#bced #bcpoli #InclusiveEd
An excellent step towards an accessible and equitable British Columbia would be to actually use the word disability in the mandate letter for the Ministry of Education and Child Care, and other ministries supporting children, youth and adults with disabilities.
BCEdAccess Executive Director Appointed to Technical Committee for Accessible Services Delivery Standard in BC
We’re pleased to share that our Executive Director, Tracy Humphreys, has been offered a position on offered a position on the Technical Committee for Accessible… Read More »BCEdAccess Executive Director Appointed to Technical Committee for Accessible Services Delivery Standard in BC
November 17, 2022 To whom it may concern: The BCEdAccess Society is an organization of families of children and youth with disabilities and complex learners… Read More »Letter to Vancouver School Board Regarding the School Liaison Officer Program