October 11, 2018 - October 25, 2019
A blend of online and in-person learning

Take your education law knowledge to the next level. The curriculum of the Certificate was designed to ensure key areas to an overall comprehensive understanding in education law are mandatory requirements, with the opportunity to supplement with other programs of interest. Complete 5 days of programming within 2 years to earn the Certificate. View the required and elective course options on the website.

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14th Annual Advanced Issues in Special Education Law

October 24, 2019 (In Person and Webcast)

With an increasing number of students designated as special needs, it is more critical than ever that education professionals have a current understanding of the unique legal issues in this area.

Our expert faculty will provide you with a practical and up-to-date understanding of the most pertinent legal challenges in special education and strategies for how to manage them with confidence. New this year is a session on creative classrooms (ie. flexible seating, use of fidget tools etc....), a talk on the implications in schools of FASD (fetal alcohol spectrum disorder). The behaviours associated with this are becoming a big issue for boards.

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The Osgoode Certificate in Education Law

October 24, 2019 – May 11, 2020 (A blend of online and in-person learning)

Take your education law knowledge to the next level. The curriculum of the Certificate was designed to ensure key areas to an overall comprehensive understanding in education law are mandatory requirements, with the opportunity to supplement with other programs of interest. Complete 5 days of programming within 2 years to earn the Certificate. View the required and elective course options on the website.

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Optional Full-Day Workshop: Conflict Resolution Skills for Educators

October 25, 2019 (In Person)

This is a great complement to the special education program, and will give you the skills to prevent and manage conflict and resolve disputes quickly. Take advantage of special pricing when registering for both programs.

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Our

theme this year at the 2019 Quest conference focuses on Indigenous Education

and Equity. The program is structured to reflect The Two Row Wampum, the

agreement between the Haudenosaunee and the Dutch, which outlines a mutual,

three-part commitment to friendship, peace between peoples, and living in

parallel forever. The program showcases learning in a traditional workshop

format, and teaching in a traditional Indigenous Education setting. The Two Row

Wampum will signify the basis for the focus that although Indigenous Education

and Equity overlap in terms of the kinds of educational and experiential

outcomes we aim for our students, families, staff and community, they are

distinct approaches with their own intentional information and teachings.


Our registration has officially opened and can be found on the Quest website.