Council to Improve Classroom Conditions – Expression of Interest for Teachers

Are you interested in having a voice on ways to improve classroom conditions to effectively support student learning?
Then you may be interested in serving on the Council to Improve Classroom Conditions.


The Council to Improve Classroom Conditions was established in February 2017, and includes nine teachers – three each from elementary, junior high/middle and high school.


Between now and September 2019, the terms for 3 of the nine members are ending.


To maintain the balance required in legislation, new members are needed for the following regions:

Membership Role

Regional Centre / CSAP

Start Date

Teacher - Junior High (7-9) Chignecto-Central May 2019
Teacher - Elementary (P-6) Halifax September 2019
Teacher - Junior High (7-9) South Shore September 2019

 

  • Deadline: 12 noon, Tuesday, April 30th 2019.
  • Substitutes are provided to allow members to participate.
  • Members' expenses are covered at the rates provided for the public service.

 


The Council’s mandate is to focus on priorities including assessment and evaluation, attendance, complex classrooms and inclusion, technology and data collection and reporting.

The Council is co-chaired by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and the Nova Scotia Teachers Union, and has three additional members appointed by the department.

For more information about the progress made to date, please visit https://www.ednet.ns.ca/classroomcouncil/documents.