Jordan Watters Twitter @Supportbced Victoria school board candidate supports ADHD students in BC schools and will ask BC Education Minister Rob Fleming to follow through on his promise to ADHD students in BC to add ADHD as a stand-alone category in special education so ADHD students can get accommodations and IEP’s (Individual Education Programs.) #IEPsForADHD
Thanks @Supportbced I hope other school board Trustees inVictoria will follow your lead and commit to asking BC Education Minister Rob Fleming when he will fulfil his promise to ADHD students add ADHD as a stand-alone category in special education that he made more than 10 months ago (December 4th, 2017).
Here are the tweets.
If reelected, will you commit to asking Minister Fleming when he’ll carry out his 10-month-old promise to add #ADHD as a standalone category in special education so ADHD students get #IEPsForADHD ? https://t.co/zRe6pQEmYY #bced #SD61 #YYJ #Victoria #bcpoli pic.twitter.com/guf4kaf6TX
— Pete Quily (@petequily) October 17, 2018
Yes! I do commit to advocating for ADHD to be added as a stand-alone category. It’s long overdue.
— Jordan Watters (@Supportbced) October 17, 2018
Great! Thanks for supporting BC students with #ADHD by committing to ask BC education minister rob fleming when he'll fulfil his 10-month-old promise to add ADHD as a stand-alone category in special education so they get ADHD accommodations & #IEPsForADHD #bced #yyjpoli #SD61
— Pete Quily (@petequily) October 18, 2018
Screenshots of Tweets
If you see any other political parties or independent school board candidates who have any policies on the biggest number of students with special needs, ADHD in their platform, please thank them and send me that information so I can post it online.
Always important to reward good behaviour on ADHD because it is so rare by politicians.