A recent article in 24 Hours Vancouver reports that Vancouver is considering having student school trustees who could bring motions forward and actually vote on them. Student trustees have been in Ontario school systems since 1997.

From the article: “Students should have the ability to introduce policy in B.C. school districts, according to Vancouver School Board chairwoman Patti Bacchus. The idea came from students initially, said Bacchus, but will need approval from the province to become reality.
The VSB is expected to submit the motion to the B.C. School Trustees Association by Feb. 22.”

Read the entire story in 24 Hours Vancouver

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