A United Voice
We are Lake Cowichan Teachers' Association, a member-led Local of the British Columbia Teachers' Federation united by the dedication to improve the lives of our members, students, and community. We believe in taking action and providing services that promote fairness and equality. Learn more about our efforts to inspire change, and to make a positive impact.
Here in our news section, you’ll find stories and the latest updates about our work, education, and the community. The attention these articles draw is one of the best resources we have for informing the public about our work. Take a look at the featured pieces below and let us know what you think about our efforts.
As part of the provincial government’s commitments to truth, reconciliation and anti-racism, the Ministry of Education is implementing a mandatory course or bundle of credits related to First Peoples as part of graduation requirements in British Columbia.
Hundreds of brilliant educators weighed in with tactics to make kids feel like important members of the school community. We distilled the best advice.
This resource is a visual journey to support classroom teachers, post secondary and adult educators to understand and learn about the hidden history of Indian Residential Schools.