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Special Education Advisory Committees (SEACs)

Each School Board is required to establish a Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC), made up of School Board officials and representatives from local and provincial agencies that work with children and families with special education needs.

Parents, guardians, and members of the general public, may contact members of their School Board’s SEAC to offer comments, raise concerns, and discuss the board’s system-wide planning and development of special education programs and services.

Members of the public may also attend SEAC meetings to make their views on special education issues known to the committee, and to the district school board.

The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) of each board:

  • makes recommendations to the board on issues affecting the establishment, development, and delivery of special education programs and services for exceptional pupils
  • participates in the School Board’s annual review of its Special Education Plan
  • participates in the School Board’s annual budget process as it relates to special education
  • reviews the financial statements of the board as they relate to special education
  • provides information to parents, as requested

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