District School Board (TDSB) and the
Student Achievement Advisory Committee (BSACAC) members are
on resolving issues raised last school year through third-party, culturally-informed,
professionals; therefore formal meetings have been paused temporarily.
completion of this process, we are hopeful the recommendations and suggestions
provided will continue to improve our collaborative work.
this page will be updated with the first meeting for the 2022-2023 school year
once a date and time has been set.
We will also
be providing ongoing updates.
Please find the latest information about the Centre of Excellence
for Black Student Achievement's Summer/Fall 2022 updates
here, its last Newsletter
and information about the upcoming virtual Youth Participatory
Action Research(YPAR) Conference
Thank you for your
patience and understanding.
The TDSB Black Student Achievement Community Advisory Committee (BSACAC) was established by the Board of Trustees to support its ongoing commitment to working in partnership with parents/guardians, communities and students to improve educational outcomes for Black students. The mandate set by the Board for BSACAC is “to examine and make recommendations on strategies to create more equitable outcomes, raise achievement levels and create safe spaces for Black students."