CSBA President Laurie French is pleased to present the winter 2021 President’s Bulletin. The bulletin highlights the work of the Board of Directors, committees and work teams.
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The latest version of the CSBA Constitution was revised and approved in November, 2020 and is available to download HERE.
The Canadian School Boards Association will hold a virtual special general meeting on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at 4:00pm EST. This meeting is to address changes to the CSBA Constitution. The agenda can be found HERE.
Meeting ID: 536 288 1123
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Laurie French, présidente de l’Association canadienne des commissions/conseils scolaires (ACCCS), et Alain Fortier, vice-président, appellent les dirigeants du monde de l’éducation à s’engager dans une collaboration authentique alors qu’ils s’emploient à planifier une rentrée scolaire sécuritaire et sans heurts.
September 9, 2020
Laurie French, President of the Canadian School Boards Association (CSBA), and Vice President Alain Fortier, call on all education leaders to engage in authentic collaboration as they work to plan a safe and smooth return to school.
L’Association Canadienne des Commissions/Conseils Scolaires appuie les droits linguistiques des minorités garantis par la charte
L’Association canadienne des commissions/conseils scolaires (ACCCS) appuie la contestation constitutionnelle du projet de loi no 40, Loi modifiant principalement la Loi sur l’instruction publique relativement à l’organisation et à la gouvernance scolaires, intentée par l’Association des commissions scolaires anglophones du Québec.
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June 8, 2020
Canadian School Boards Association supports Charter minority language rights
The Canadian School Boards Association (CSBA) supports the Quebec English School Boards Association’s constitutional challenge to Quebec Bill 40 entitled An act to amend mainly the Education Act with regard to school organization and governance.
Laurie French, President of the CSBA urges all Canadians to work together for social justice and equity. Recent events are a stark reminder that we all need to address systemic racism – silence is not acceptable. It is critical that white privilege be understood and acknowledged as a fundamental part of anti-racism learning and action.
School boards throughout Canada strive for equity and can never let up. We must remain focused and committed to the changes needed at every level of education and society.