CASSA is the Canadian organization of school system leaders that promotes and supports quality education for the success of each student.
CASSA is now accepting presentation proposals for the 2020 annual CASSA Conference in St. Andrews NB. Presentations will relate to equitable and inclusive schools and systems that support marginalized/racialized students and their well-being. For more information please download the 2020 Call for Presentations document.
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2020 CASSA Conference: July 2 - 4, 2020
St. Andrew's By The Sea
Mark July 2 - 4 on your calendar to join us in St. Andrew's by-the Sea for the 2020 CASSA Conference.
Copyright rules for educators have changed significantly in recent years. While teachers have new opportunities to use copyright-protected materials in their lessons, they also have responsibilities. There are limits to what can be copied and communicated in the classroom. Teachers must know what they can and cannot do with the copyright-protected works of others. Failure to comply with copyright law can result in a teacher, school, or school board being sued for copyright infringement.The fair dealing provision in Canada’s copyright law permits teachers to copy and communicate short excerpts from copyright-protected works provided the dealing is “fair.”
FairDealingDecisionTool.ca helps teachers decide, with a few clicks, whether the fair-dealing provision in the Copyright Act permits copying of short excerpts from print materials, artistic works, or audiovisual materials for students without needing to obtain copyright permission.
CASSA is a federation of provincial and territorial professional affiliates and individual members:
CASSA Education Partners