Minister's Advisory Council on Special Education: Appointment Process

Questions and Answers

  • What is the Minister's Advisory Council on Special Education?
  • How does the appointment process work?
  • What if several organizations serve the same exceptionality or professional group?
  • Who can apply?
  • I have applied for the Council in the past but was not selected. Can I apply again?
  • What factors will be considered in making appointments?
  • How are the interests of Francophones and Roman Catholics served?
  • How are the interests of students and Indigenous people served?
  • What is the term of the appointments?
  • What is the time commitment required of members?
  • Are expenses covered?
  • When can we submit applications?
  • How do we submit applications?
  • How do I get more information?

Notes:

  1. In addition, there are four non-voting members: one each from the Ministries of Health and Long Term Care; Children and Youth Services; Community and Social Services and Advanced Education and Skills Development.
  2. Persons with an identifiable exceptionality and who use, or once used, special education programs and services, or parents of such a pupil.
  3. Special appointments of one and two years are sometimes made to maintain the rotation of members.
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