Parent involvement committees-PICs
Parent Involvement Committees (PICs) are board-level committees that work to ensure school boards are effectively engaging parents. In this section, you will find information about the roles and responsibilities of PICs and the legislation governing them.
Parent Involvement Committees: Supporting links between Ontario’s school boards and Ontario’s parents
A new report from People for Education about Parent Involvement Committees (PICs) and Comités de participation des parents (CPPs) highlights the important work of these committees, and how they vary.
People for Education, 2010. This report is based on results of surveys of Ontario’s school councils.
Ontario Ministry of Education, 2010. The Parent engagement policy emphasizes a vision of schools as places of partnership and respect, where every parent feels included.
People for Education, 2009. This manual contains information, tips, and ideas that have come from parents, community agencies and educators across the province.