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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESeptember 13, 2023Latest BCEdAccess Exclusion Tracker Report Reveals Alarming Trends in Patterns of Exclusion VICTORIA, BC – The BCEdAccess Society has released its… Read More »Media Release: Exclusion Tracker Report 2022-23 Reveals Alarming Trends In Patterns Of Exclusion
Back to school time is not always easy for disabled students and their families. If you’re a parent or guardian, we have a post for… Read More »Your Voice Matters: Back To School and the Exclusion Tracker
We are excited to announce the launch of our permanent page dedicated to British Columbia School District Accessibility Plans.
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!
Do you have concerns about a decision the school or district made for your child/youth? Learn how to resolve them!
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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