I had to share the beautiful work done by Amanda Hillis of our conference brochure – thank you Amanda! To learn more about our 3rd annual Advocacy conference, click here: Advocacy: Strategies and Solutions FAQs Brochure pages with schedule: Schedule page 1 Schedule page 2 Schedule page 3 Schedule page 4
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 not be possible without our sponsors and we’re so grateful – thank you! #YEM_BC youreducationmatters.ca facebook.com/youreducationmatters @inclusionbc http://inclusionbc.org/ facebook.com/InclusionBC You may also want to check out our pre-conference lightning talk … 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!
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. … More TRACKING EXCLUSION: BCEdAccess’ Exclusion* Incident Report Form
BCEdAccess is excited to announce our third annual Advocacy Conference, Advocacy – Strategies and Solutions! We are working hard behind the scenes to bring together a stellar event. Whether this will be your first time attending or you’ve come to every one so far, we hope you walk away inspired, energized, and ready to take … More Another year, another conference! FAQs
Find out when that first day is – will your child be attending on the first day of school? Often schools will ‘suggest’ that your child may be more comfortable attending a few days or even a few weeks later instead, and sometimes you won’t find this out until very close to the date. And some families choose a later transition because they know that this is what will work best for their child. … More Back to School – 8 things you can do to prepare your child with special needs