Manitoba Human Rights Commission's Special Project on human rights of students with reading disabilities is looking for your input
SPECIAL PROJECT ON THE RIGHTS OF STUDENTS WITH READING DISABILITIES
Supporting the Right to Read:
The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is undertaking a Special Project on the Human Rights Issues affecting Students with Reading Disabilities in Manitoba’s Education system
For more information, please review the Project Terms of Reference.
We would like to hear from you!
The Manitoba Human Rights Commission is conducting surveys to support its special initiative on the human rights issues affecting students with reading disabilities in Manitoba’s education system.
- Survey for Students
- Survey for Parents, Guardians and Families
- Survey for Educators, Administrators and People with experience Teaching or Supporting Students with Reading Disabilities
Surveys will remain open until May 31, 2023.
If you would prefer to provide us with a written submission, you may do so. Your submission can be sent to email@example.com. Submissions can be a maximum of 10 single-sided pages (or 5 double-sided pages), including any attachments. Your submission should tell us about your views related to the potential human rights issues affecting students with reading disabilities in Manitoba’s schools. Please refer to the Project Terms of Reference for more information on the project.
For news and information related to this initiative, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and request to be added to the Commission’s Special Initiative distribution list.
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