Accessibility Plan Feedback

Accessibility Plan Feedback
Posted on 02/16/2023
Accessibility FeedbackThe Nova Scotia Accessibility Act recognizes accessibility as a human right and sets a goal of an accessible Nova Scotia by 2030. You can learn more about how the province will achieve this goal here.

Nova Scotia’s seven regional centres for education and the Conseil scolaire acadien provincial are responsible for developing a multi-year plan to ensure accessibility in public education. Together, we created a Draft Joint Accessibility Plan, outlining how we will provide accessible learning and teaching experiences for all, in every aspect of education. We’re now looking for feedback from Nova Scotian families and staff in our organizations.

We’re inviting you to review our draft plan and provide input through ThoughtExchange. Tell us what works, what needs improvement and what we might be missing. It’s quick, easy and anonymous. You can read and rate the thoughts of others – and contribute as often as you like.

How to get started
Click here to review the Draft Joint Accessibility Plan in English. Click here for French.
Click here to share your feedback using ThoughtExchange.
• If you prefer to share your feedback by email, click here.

This consultation will run until March 8, 2023.

Your feedback is valuable and will help inform our final plan. This is a critical first step in creating accessible public education in Nova Scotia by 2030.
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