Special Education Advisory Committees (SEAC)
A SEAC is a committee of a school board or a school authority that provides important advice on special education.
- A SEAC is comprised of trustees and representatives of local associations that further the interests and well-being of groups of exceptional children or adults.
- A SEAC may make recommendations to the board on any matter affecting the establishment, development and delivery of special education programs and services for exceptional students in a board.
- Each school board and school authority in Ontario must establish a SEAC. For more information, the requirements of SEACs are set out in Regulation 464/97.
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Ministerial Advisory Council on Special Education
The Minister’s Advisory Council on Special Education advises the Minister of Education on any matter related to the establishment and provision of special education programs and services for students with special needs, including the identification and provision of early intervention programs.
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