Fredericton Awards

NB Event: Inclusive Education Awards in Fredericton

February 19 2009NB event

The New Brunswick Association for Community Living is holding an awards event at Old Government House in Fredericton at 4:00 pm on Thursday, February 19.

President Marlene Munn has announced that several individuals and schools will be recognized for their efforts to make inclusive education a reality in provincial schools. Education Minister Lamrock has been invited to attend. Lieutenant-Governor of New Brunswick Herménégilde Chiasson will host the event.

See below for details.

 

National Inclusive Education Week – Award Ceremony

Thursday, February 19, 2009, 4:00 pm Fredericton, New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Association for Community Living is proud to be hosting the 2009 National Inclusive Education Award Ceremony, which will be held at Old Government House in Fredericton on February 19th starting at 4:00 pm.

The National Inclusive Education Awards are presented by the Canadian Association for Community Living to an individual or group who promotes and supports Inclusive Education so that all persons, including those with an intellectual disability, can learn and participate together in every aspect of school life.

NBACL’s nomination committee has chosen recipients from the many nominations we have received from schools, students, educators and administrators throughout New Brunswick who have made a significant contribution to inclusive education.

L’Association du Nouveau-Brunswick pour l’intégration communautaire est fière d’organiser la Cérémonie de la remise des certificats de reconnaissance nationale envers l’éducation inclusive, le 19 février à l’Ancienne résidence du Gouverneur, à Fredericton commençant à 16h00.

Les certificats de reconnaissance nationale envers l’éducation inclusive seront présentés par l’Association canadienne pour l’intégration communautaire à une personne ou un groupe de personnes qui, d’après leurs actions, font la promotion de l’éducation inclusive d’une façon que toutes les personnes, incluant ceux avec une déficience intellectuelle, peuvent apprendre et participer ensemble dans tous les aspects de la vie scolaire.

Le comité de nomination de l’ANBIC a choisi les récipiendaires à partir de nombreuses nominations reçues de la part des écoles, élèves, enseignants et administrateurs de toutes les régions au Nouveau-Brunswick. Ces gens ont fait une importante contribution à l’éducation inclusive.