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Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions to Adulthood) (Scotland) Bill – The Additional Support Needs Blog

The Education, Children and Young People Committee is the lead committee for the Disabled Children and Young People (Transitions to Adulthood) (Scotland) Bill, a private member’s Bill, introduced by Pam Duncan-Glancy MSP. The period for interested parties to submit their views on the Bill to the Committee has recently ended. Here is a summary of […]

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‘We talk about growth that works for everyone’: Sask. teachers decry contract talks

The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation says the province and school trustees are stonewalling on the biggest issues in negotiations toward a new collective agreement for educators in the province, federation president Samantha Becotte said. Becotte said the union has tried to have discussions about violence in the classroom, as well as class size and complexity, noting

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Ontario’s rushed education overhauls: concerns raised among educators – Op-Ed

Ontario elementary educators were informed via a newsletter distributed on Wednesday, June 20, of a new language curriculum to be implemented in the 2023-24 school year beginning this September. The minister of education announced plans to overhaul the language curriculum in Ontario, on the heels of the Ontario Human Rights Commission Right to Read Report,

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Catholic school official apologizes for hurt from Rainbow Tent email

Breadcrumb Trail Links Local News business Superintendent of education Tom Hickey says a “trust has been broken” but that the division promises to support and welcome all students. Published June 02, 2023 • Last updated Jun 02, 2023 • 3 minute read Visibly emotional at times, GCSCS superintendent of education Tom Hickey addressed dozens of

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17 regional student advocates appointed by the Quebec education ministry

The Ministry of Education on Wednesday named 17 regional student advocates who will assist their national counterpart, Jean-François Bernier. The education ministry announced in a press release that the chosen individuals would “handle all complaints from students and parents, including those concerning bullying, violence and sexual abuse against students attending an educational institution.” “With the

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Ukrainians pursuing post-secondary education after fleeing to Sask. facing high international student fees

Andrian Makhnachov is celebrating the one-year anniversary of his arrival in Canada after he fled the war in Ukraine in 2022. But with the celebration comes sadness, because he has been unable to continue his university education since getting here. “The reason why I’m still not at university is because it’s very expensive and I

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