Tuesday, September 30, 2014

School District outlines application process for Education Support Program payments

With school now back in session, the Province is about to begin processing applications for the 40 dollars a day education support payment, the controversial reimbursement program for parents of children affected by the recent education labour dispute.

Parents on the North Coast who are looking for more information on the application process for the program can turn to the School District 52 website for a bit of help.

As part of the home page of the SD52 information portal is a short background item on the project and what North Coast parents need to know about it, as well as the process required for registration for reimbursement.

Payment dates from the program were in effect from what would have been the start of the school year, through to the date of the ratification vote by the British Columbia Teachers Federation.

Parents are only required to register once for the program.

More on the program, including the full review of the program from the Ministry of Education can be found here.

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