Kindergarten to Grade 12

Position Paper on the Roles and Responsibilities of Teacher Assistants Within an Inclusive Education System

Over the past two decades New Brunswick has come to be seen internationally as a forerunner in building an inclusive public education system. Since the passage of Bill 85 in 1986, a cornerstone of its education policy has been the unconditional acceptance of all children into regular classes and the life of the school. Since then, one of the most valuable supports made available to schools has been the teacher assistant.


Inclusive Education Newsletter

Special Edition 2015


Achieving Inclusion

A Collection of Resources for Families on Inclusive Education

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Resource Catalogue

Resource Catalogue NBACL has compiled a complete list of available resources, both free and for purchase, into one downloadable list. You will also find additional resources here on our website, including online learning modules, videos, and links to many other useful websites.


Definition of Inclusive Education

Definition of Inclusive Education Definition of Inclusive Education from the Government of New Brunswick


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