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Your Education Matters: Interviews with Richmond parents and Rob Fleming, MLA and education critic

Presented by the Simon Fraser University Faculty of Education, this new episode of Education Matters features two parents from the Richmond Schools Stand United talking to host Paul Shaker about the effects of current funding levels in Richmond. MLA Rob Fleming, the education critic, says public education is the single MORE


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MyLanguage.ca – Hold on to your home language – Resources in multiple languages

The website mylanguage.ca provides research-based information about the importance of maintaining and protecting the minority languages spoken in homes across Canada. The goal of mylanguage.ca is to help parents, teachers, childcare workers and service providers understand the personal, social, linguistic and academic reasons for maintaining and protecting home languages. There MORE


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Special edition Keeping in Touch: Spotlight on Aboriginal Head Start in northern and urban communities

The latest Keeping in Touch newsletter focuses the Aboriginal Head Start in Northern and Urban Communities (AHSUNC) in BC. AHSUNC is an early intervention preschool program designed for urban and northern (off-reserve) Aboriginal children across Canada. There are 12 AHSUNC programs located throughout BC plus a nationally unique support project MORE


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Science of ECD: Free access to multimedia resource

The BC government now has a provincial access license to the Science of Early Childhood Development (SECD) multimedia resource. This allows professionals, parents, post-secondary students and anyone within the province to have free access to evidence-based resources that help them understand child development and opportunities to support children to grow MORE


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Campbell River Children’s Charter

Campbell River and area has developed an excellent example of a children’s charter. Children’s Voices Matter provides a great visual representation outlining social, esteem, basic and safety needs of children to be considered in community policy. The charter was created through a partnership with City of Campbell River, School District MORE