education in the news this week

Vaughn Palmer: Eby lines up housing education in Singapore

Breadcrumb Trail Links Politics opinion News Local News columnists Opinion: The BC premier hopes to learn more about the city state’s innovative housing policies during next month’s official visit Get the latest from Vaughn Palmer straight to your inbox Signup Published May 26, 2023 • Last updated 4 days ago • 4 minute read Apartment […]

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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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Harrow mom says ‘hopeless’ the school system is failing to accommodate her son

A Harrow mom is speaking out for what she says is the public school board’s failure to handle her seven-year-old son’s education and medical needs. Jessica McCoy says Harrow Public School limited her son’s access to class time and hasn’t accommodated his health concerns in a timely manner. McCoy’s issues with the school went back

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Access to post-secondary education expanded for former youth in care | News | Vancouver Island University

Former youth in care in BC of all ages will now have their tuition waived for post-secondary education, as the government takes action to remove age requirements for the Tuition Waiver Program for Former Youth in Care and make it available for a lifetime. Selina Robinson, Minister of Post-Secondary Education and Future Skills and Mitzi

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