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What is SEAC?

SEAC stands for Special Education Advisory Committee. SEAC's for each Ontario school board are established under the Ontario Education Act and Regulation 464/97. The SEAC's responsibilities are to: 

  • Make recommendations to the school board Trustees with respect to any matter affecting the establishment, development and delivery of special education programs and services for exceptional pupils of the board
  • Participate in the school boards annual review of its Special Education Report
  • Participate in the school boards annual budget process as it relates to special education
  • Consult with parents and the community about the Special Education Report
  • Make the Special education report available to the public and post a copy on the school board website.

Please contact SEAC@voicefordeafkids.com if you have any questions or would like to be considered for your local SEAC.

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