(1) Subject to section 67 (5.1), the district parents' advisory council may advise the board on any matter relating to education in the school district.(2) A district parents' advisory council must make bylaws governing its meetings and the business and conduct of its affairs, including bylaws governing the dissolution of the council.(3) A superintendent of schools for the school district, a designate of the superintendent or a trustee of the school district may attend any meeting of the district parents' advisory council.
(1) A student and the parents of a student of school age are entitled,(a) on request and while accompanied by the principal or a person designated by the principal to interpret the records, to examine all student records kept by a board pertaining to that student, and(b) on request and on payment of the fee, if any, charged under subsection (2), to receive a copy of any student record that they are entitled to examine under paragraph (a).(2) A board may, for any copies of student records provided under subsection (1) (b), charge a fee that does not exceed the cost to the board of providing the copies.
(1) Subject to section 74.1, a person is entitled to enrol in an educational program provided by the board of a school district if the person(a) is of school age, and(b) is resident in that school district.(2) Subject to section 74.1, a person may enrol in an educational program provided by a board of a school district and attend any school in British Columbia if(a) the person is of school age,(b) the person is resident in British Columbia, and(c) the board providing the educational program determines that space and facilities are available for the person at the school in which the educational program is made available.
(1) Subject to subsections (2) and (3), a person who is resident in British Columbia must(a) enrol in an educational program(i) provided by a board,(ii) in the case of an eligible child, provided by a board or a francophone education authority, and(iii) in the case of an immigrant child, provided by a board or, if the child is permitted to enrol with a francophone education authority under section 166.24, provided by that francophone education authority,on the first school day of a school year if, on or before December 31 of that school year, the person will have reached the age of 5 years, and(b) participate in an educational program provided by a board or, in the case of an eligible child or an immigrant child, by a board or a francophone education authority until he or she reaches the age of 16 years.(2) A parent of a child referred to in subsection (1) (a) may defer the enrolment of his or her child until the first school day of the next school year.(3) This section does not apply if the person(a) is attending one of the following:(i) an independent school;(ii) a Provincial school;(iii) an educational institution operated by the government of Canada or by a first nation or a Community Education Authority established by one or more participating First Nations under the (1) A student who is enrolled in an educational program provided by a board or a francophone student who is enrolled in a francophone educational program provided by a francophone education authority may, subject to section 2 (2), enrol in one or more(a) educational programs offered by another board or by an authority under the , or(b) francophone educational programs offered by another francophone education authorityif at least one of the educational programs or francophone educational programs, as applicable, is delivered, in whole or in part, through distributed learning.(2) Despite subsection (1), a student does not acquire a right under this section to enrol with a francophone education authority if the student is not otherwise entitled or permitted under this Act to enrol with a francophone education authority.
Can the commissioner of education change the Texas Education Code?
No, the Texas Legislature changes the Texas Education Code.
Breaking those rules could jeopardize the professor's job.
If you're at an institution where there aren't official rules about dating, there are most likely some guidelines or unofficial community expectations. Is it OK to date a professor, so long as you're not in one of his or her classes?
Even if the professor isn't the student's professor when the relationship starts, problems could arise if the student ends up in the professor's class later on.
Inherent in such fiduciary relationships is an imbalance of power.
Educators have a unique responsibility, as the relationship between student and teacher differs from other professional/client relationships (e.g., attorneys, physicians, clergy).
(1) A parent of a student of school age attending a school is entitled(a) to be informed, in accordance with the orders of the minister, of the student's attendance, behaviour and progress in school, and(b) [Repealed 2015-24-5.](c) to belong to a parents' advisory council established under section 8.(2) A parent of a student of school age attending a school may, and at the request of a teacher, principal, vice principal or director of instruction must, consult with the teacher, principal, vice principal or director of instruction with respect to the student's educational program.
(1) Parents of students of school age attending a school or a Provincial school may apply to the board or to the minister, as the case may be, to establish a parents' advisory council for that school.(2) On receipt of an application under subsection (1), the board or minister must establish a parents' advisory council for the school or the Provincial school.(3) There must be only one parents' advisory council for each school or Provincial school.(4) A parents' advisory council, through its elected officers, may advise the board and the principal and staff of the school or the Provincial school respecting any matter relating to the school or the Provincial school.(5) A parents' advisory council, in consultation with the principal, must make bylaws governing its meetings and the business and conduct of its affairs, including bylaws governing(a) the dissolution of the parents' advisory council, and(b) [Repealed 2015-24-6.](c) the election of a member to represent the parents' advisory council on the district parents' advisory council.(6) Voting at an election referred to in subsection (5) (c) must be by secret ballot.
However, others who interact with students who are not under the auspices of an education-related licensing organization such as coaches, school secretaries, custodians or other school staff are encouraged to adopt or adapt this Model Code of Educator Ethics.