ARC is a global educational movement that advances equity, broad excellence, inclusion, wellbeing, democracy, sustainability, and human rights in high quality, professionally run systems. As a collaboratory, we promote improvement, innovation and inclusion in schools and larger societies.
2) Who are ARC member systems?
All member systems support, adhere, and promote ARC’s mission statement. Member systems commit to joining ARC for a term of three (3) years, with the opportunity to renew. Member systems include three to four participants representing government (Ministers of Education and Secretaries/Deputy Ministers) and professional leaders (unions, inspectorates, etc). Member systems pay a yearly fee of $30,000 CAD and cover transportation costs for participants to attend the annual ARC summit.
3) How do I become a member system?
a) Interested systems complete and submit a ‘statement of interest’ found here.
b) ‘Statements of interest’ are presented to the ARC Advisory board and the ARC Secretariat.
c) Interested systems will be notified of the Advisory Board decision.
d) Unsuccessful systems will have an opportunity to respond and resubmit.
e) Successful systems will sign the ARC contract for a term of three (3) years, with the opportunity to renew and will be invoiced for the yearly
Questions? Please contact Trista Hollweck, the ARC Education Project Director: ARC@uottawa.ca
Thank you for your interest in the ARC Education Project. Please complete and submit this statement of interest. Following submission, you will be contacted by the ARC Director.