Associations and Education Partners

Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority (APSEA)

Web: http://www.apsea.ca/

APSEA provides educational services, programs, and opportunities for Atlantic Canadian persons (ages: birth to 21 years of age) with low incidence sensory impairments, including the deaf, deaf-blind, hard of hearing, blind, or visually impaired.


Council of Atlantic Ministers of Education and Training (CAMET)

Web: http://camet-camef.ca/

The purpose of the Foundation is to provide the framework for joint undertakings of the four departments in the area of entry-12 education, in both official languages.


Council on African Canadian Education (CACE)

Web: http://www.cace.ns.ca/

Council on African Canadian Education (CACE) is a Provincial Advisory Council with a mandate to provide advice and guidance to the Minister of Education with respect to the development, implementation, evaluation, and funding of educational programs and services for African Nova Scotian learners.


Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

Web: http://www.cmec.ca/

The Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC) is an intergovernmental body founded in 1967 by ministers of education. CMEC provides leadership in education at the pan-Canadian and international levels and contributes to the exercise of the exclusive jurisdiction of provinces and territories over education.


Demore "Buddy" Daye Learning Institute

Web: http://dbdli.ca/

The Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute is a twelve person volunteer board of African Nova Scotian professionals that has been tasked with conducting research, developing programs and providing services on behalf of our African Canadian/Nova Scotian learners. The DBDLI has a mandate that encompasses learners of all ages.


Government Education Research Network (CMEC)

Web: http://www.cmec.ca/

The aim of this site is to make education research conducted by provincial/territorial governments more accessible for both the public and other governments.


Deaf Literacy Nova Scotia (DLNS)

Web: http://www.dlns.ca/

DLNS promotes and supports literacy and learning of Deaf adults through self-development, literacy, and American Sign Language/Maritime Sign Language (ASL/MSL) literacy.


EduNova - Canada's Education Experience

Web: http://www.edunova.ca/

EduNova is a co-operative industry association of education and training providers in Nova Scotia, Canada.


Learning Disabilities Association of Nova Scotia (LDANS)

Web: http://www.ldans.ca/

The Learning Disabilities Association of Nova Scotia (LDANS) is a non-profit association offering advocacy, support, and referral services to children, parents, professionals and others dealing with learning disabilities.


Nova Scotia Educational Leadership Consortium (NSELC)

Web: http://nselc.ednet.ns.ca/

The goal of the NSELC is to provide practicing and potential school administrators with the skills development they need to ensure they become more effective educational leaders.


Nova Scotia Federation of Home & School Associations (NSFHSA)

Web: http://www.nsfhsa.org/

The Nova Scotia Federation of Home & School Associations (NSFHSA), established in 1936, is an independent, volunteer, provincial organization, comprised of parents, teachers, students, administrators, school board members and others, who are interested in working together for the benefit of all children and youth, at home, in schools and in our communities.


Nova Scotia School Athletic Federation (NSSAF)

Web: http://nssaf.ednet.ns.ca/

The goal of the NSSAF is to encourage a friendly and harmonious relationship among secondary schools of Nova Scotia through the athletic activities that contribute to the objectives of secondary education.


Nova Scotia School Boards Association (NSSBA)

Web: http://www.nssba.ednet.ns.ca

The NSSBA is the provincial voice for school boards, advocating on behalf of the best interests and needs of public school students.


Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU)

Web: http://www.nstu.ca/

As the primary advocate for its members, the NSTU promotes and advances the teaching profession and quality public education.