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
Call for Proposals: Advocacy – Strategies and Solutions, BCEdAccess 2018 Conference and AGM BCEdAccess, as an organization of parents, guardians and allies, supports the rights of children and youth with special needs and/or disabilities to achieve equitable access to a quality education in accordance with international human rights law, and full inclusion and participation in … More Call For Proposals
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“Government has a vision to make BC a truly inclusive province by 2024. ” … More AccessAbility Week 2018
BCEdAccess would like to acknowledge that our members and volunteers live and work all over our province, on hundreds of unceded Indigenous territories. … More Territorial Acknowledgement