SPECIAL EDUCATION AND YOUR CHILD – A PARENT TO PARENT POST Does your child have an Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or a Special Education need? If so, you are not alone – according to the Ontario Ministry of Education, 17.4% of students in 2021-2022 received Special Education programs and/or services.
WHO DO YOU SAY I AM? A PARENT TO PARENT POST When Jesus asked the disciples who others said he was, they offered a variety of persons alive and dead. Jesus then asked the disciples directly, who they say He was. The teaching illustrated the importance of identification and mission.
Fostering a Catholic Identity in Catholic Schools: Strategies for Parents and Educators As parents and educators, we all play a crucial role in fostering a strong Catholic identity within our Catholic schools. It is our shared responsibility to ensure that our children not only receive a high-quality education but also
As parents, we play a crucial role in shaping our children’s lives and guiding them toward success. We teach them values, educate them about the world, and help them navigate through their educational journey. But how often do we personally get involved and set the example of what it means
With the issue of gender identity in schools making headlines across the Canadian media landscape, the Ontario Association of Parents In Catholic Education (OAPCE), is heartened to see political leaders championing the cause of safeguarding parental voice and authority. Ontario Premier Doug Ford, in particular, has joined the debate, echoing
As another school year begins, the Ontario Association of Parents in Catholic Education (OAPCE) would like to extend a warm welcome to all parents, guardians, and students. We hope that you have had a restful and rejuvenating summer break and are ready to embark on a successful year of learning