Early Childhood Vulnerability to be Addressed at School Board
Tuesday, November 1, 2016 @ 5:55 AM
Prince George, B.C. – Childhood vulnerability in B.C. remains over 30% and there has been no significant change over the past three years.
That’s the finding of a report scheduled to be received by the Prince George School Board tonight.
The EDI BC 2016 provincial report also found that vulnerability in the province is becoming increasingly complex and that neighbourhoods in which children live have major implications for child outcomes.
That and more will be discussed at tonight’s monthly board meeting which begins at 7 o’clock at the district board office on Ferry Avenue.
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