A new and updated CAP Conference 2015 flyer can be found here, feel free to download, print and post in your school!
CAP 2015 Conference in Whistler, BC, May 2015 poster is now available. …
2015 Canada’s Outstanding Principals’ Award Presented by The Learning Partnership This national award profiles outstanding leaders in education. Award recipients and their schools receive national recognition….
Simon Breakspear @SimonBreakspear, Wab Kinew @WabKinew and Jesse Miller @MediatedReality all confirmed to speak at CAP 2015 in Whistler, BC. More information to come soon!
Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) is looking for help from schools with an important survey
SEPN is an international research partnership between Canadian and North American policy and educational organizations. SEPN’s research examines the relationships between education policies and practices in early childhood to grade 12 and post-secondary education in Canada, with the goal of enabling educational change for a more sustainable future. The project has the potential to be a useful outreach tool for developing strong school / community relationships.
Click here for more information.
Put it in your calendar! Attend the 2015 CAP Conference Connecting Leaders: Inspiring Learning May 11–14, 2015 Whistler, BC Fairmont Chateau Whistler We have completely revised, updated,…
The Spring 2014 CAP Journal is now posted online. Click here for the electronic version.
Student Leaders International – CAP Schools
The Student Leaders International ezine and Teacher Module are once again available for ALL CAP associated schools to use during 2014. These resources may be downloaded for FREE from the web site www.leadersinschool.com.au .
For more information, click the post header.
The March 2014 issue of the CAP News is now online. Click here to download.
Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents, CBC Documentary follows children and parents enrolled in groundbreaking early childhood interventions.
The documentary follows children and parents enrolled in groundbreaking early childhood interventions that are currently being used or piloted in various parts of Canada — at home, in school and in the community — to help children (especially those at-risk because of Adverse Childhood Experiences) master the skills they need to be successful later in life.