Special Education Advisory Committee

About SEAC

In Ontario, boards are required to establish a Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC). These committees include trustees and representatives from local parent associations. These representatives serve as advocates for children and parents, and the associations have useful parent resources.

SEAC provides the Board with advice about special education programs and services. Members of SEAC include representatives from local community-based organizations, three trustees, representation for First Nations, Metis and Inuit students and members of the community. Membership is for a four-year term and coincides with the municipal elections.

This Statutory Committee generally meets on the second Monday/Tuesday (alternating) of the month (except during July, August and December) at the Education Centre in London. 

SEAC Meeting Information

SEAC Presentations & Resources

SEAC Brochure 

SEAC Handbook

More information

Please see our Board Committees page for more information and to view the 2022-2023 Committee Members.


Contact Us