As we plan for the transition back to school in the fall, it’s important to remember that equal access to education doesn’t mean treating everyone the same.
New Brunswick has been recognized as a world leader in inclusive education in the UNESCO 2020 Global Education Monitoring Report.
Whether it’s leaving the front seats of the school bus empty for those who need them, older kids reading to younger students requiring help, or finding ways to communicate with learners who don’t use words, students at École Les Éclaireurs are a living example of inclusive education.
Integrated Services Team, Carrefour Étudiant school, National Inclusive Education Award Recipient for 2020
The school’s Integrated Services team is always ready to innovate and make the necessary changes to increase the school’s inclusiveness.
Recognizing that adaptation is an important part of inclusion, the educational team at École Mgr-Lang strives to continually improve its inclusion practices.
Marie-Josée is a champion of inclusive education who sees the potential in all students.
The staff of the Chatham Day Care Center have created a truly inclusive environment where all children are welcomed and embraced for who they are and their abilities as individuals.
Rhonda Magee and Ellen Higgins foster an atmosphere of belonging and respect in their classrooms.
Educational Assistants at Keswick Valley Memorial School, National Inclusive Education Award Recipients for 2020
The educational assistants at Keswick Valley Memorial School have worked to ensure all students are included in daily activities and after-school events such as dances and family fun nights.
Steven pays close attention to each student’s strengths and uses these strengths to develop higher levels of practical learning, while treating all students with dignity and respect.
Joanne firmly believes education has the power to change lives. As a GED instructor, Joanne sees the best in everyone, helping all students to realize their potential.