CSBA Congress is the leading national professional
development event for the school board sector in Canada and the Ontario Public
School Boards’ Association is committed to building a program inspired by the
outstanding work of school boards across the country. Planning is
well underway for the National Trustees Gathering on Indigenous Education and CSBA Congress 2019 and OPSBA will be offering a dynamic and inspiring program in Toronto in July 2019. Our
theme is “Leading Today with a Vision for Tomorrow” and Ontario is proud
to welcome our partners across Canada at the Westin Harbour Castle Hotel from
July 3 to 7.
Online conference registration will open in March!
At the AGM, OPSBA members determine priorities and directions for the coming year, elect officers and plan for the future. This event also includes a comprehensive professional development program for trustees.
JULY 4 – 7, 2019andNational Trustees Gathering on Indigenous Education (NTGIE)JULY 3 – 4, 2019
The Westin Harbour Castle, Toronto1 Harbour Square, Toronto, M5J 1A6
The preferred hotel rate is $239 (single/double accommodation) or $269 (triple). Please contact the hotel directly for reservations.
Book onlineORTelephone: 1-888-627-8559 (reservations centre) before June 10, 2019. Please quote the group name – Canadian School Boards
Association (or CSBA) Congress OR the group code "CF30AA" to receive the special group rate. After this deadline, rooms will be available on a space-available basis only.
Teaching, Leading and Learning Ontario: Diversity as a Strength of Public EducationFindings from the Independent Review of Assessment and ReportingToward Sustainable, Quality FSL Programs in Ontario Schools
1. Exit Outcomes2. Creating a Culture of Innovation3. R U Ready to Shift?4. Update on "A Blueprint for Addressing Poverty in Ontario Schools"5. Enhancing Equity by Transforming Student Learning
1. Preparing Our Students Today for the World of Tomorrow2. The DSBN Academy3. Here Campaign4. Building a Plan from the Inside Out: DSBN's Strategic Plan
2018 AGM Election Nominations Chart as of May 4, 2018 - Update with Bios
Roles and Responsibilities Guide