[May 22, 2018]
“The School Act sets forth requirements for trustees relating to conflicts of interest.”
As a way to increase the profile of school trustees, BCSTA launched the #ProudToBeASchoolTrustee social media campaign at our 2018 AGM.
[May 10, 2018]
The BCSTA Annual General Meeting 2018 Report of Proceedings is now available online. The Report of Proceedings includes the Disposition of Motions and reports from branches.
“A third of Canada’s schoolchildren are either immigrants themselves or have a parent born abroad. Canadian teachers undergo specialized training to teach these English-learners.”
[Vancouver B.C. – May 8, 2018] The British Columbia School Trustees Association is pleased to see the government investing in local school and communities with the announcement of the Playground Equipment Program.
Local school trustee elections allow the community an important opportunity to lead and oversee our valuable investment in public education. BCSTA is proud to support these elections with various online resources.
[Richmond B.C. – April 28, 2018] The BCSTA held their 114th Annual General Meeting at the Sheraton Vancouver Airport Hotel in Richmond, B.C. during which the membership voted for the 2018-19 board of directors.
“On April 27th, 2018, students from the four Nisga’a Villages performed at the opening ceremony of the 2018 Annual General Meeting of the BC School Trustees Association (BCSTA) in Vancouver, BC.” – Read the full story on nisgaanation.ca