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PoBC Reports

Our Strategic Plan

The PoBC Strategic Plan utilizes strategic pillars as a foundation for the next three years. This report is an abridged version of our full Strategic Plan.

Our Reports & Publications

Read our first Annual General Report: Powerful Together, Impacting Transformative Growth.

Between our 2021-2022 fiscal year, Parents of Black Children as a grassroots organization has seen immense growth. Through this report, we reflect on all we have accomplished so far and what direction we plan to go in for the future. Available in English and French.

The Student and Family Advocate Community of Practice is designed to offer support and resources to organizations as they aid Black families and students.

As a collective of 17 organizations who share and exchange best practices and processes to ensure that Black families and students receive the culturally sensitive solution

A Region to Watch, Halton District School Board & Halton Catholic District School Board dives into the egregious cases we are seeing within Halton Region.

We highlight our Halton Town Hall Meeting, where we collectivized to form a Halton Black Parent council. These parents have found a community in advocating on behalf of their children and holding the Halton Catholic District School Board and the Halton District School Board accountable. 

A Call to Action: Systems abuse of Black students within Ontario’s education system is a report illustrating the reality of anti-Black racism within Ontario’s education system called. We navigate through detailed case studies and extensive data, collected over the course of September 2020 to February 2022.

Our School Racism Reporting Tool is for staff members in Canadian public, Catholic, and private schools who are aware of incidents of anti-Black racism perpetrated against students, colleagues, or even themselves.

View our findings in our 2021 School Racism Report.

In 2021 Parents of Black Children conducted a needs assessment of our community to better understand who we are serving and what their needs are. 

View our full report below. 

The United Parents Project was created with funding by the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

The goals of the project were to:

 

  • $Support parents in feeling empowered to advocate for their Black children within the education system
  • $Ensure parents feel supported and know who to call if they have issues or challenges within the education system
  • $Create a village of support for parents to rely or call on
  • $Provide access to a systems navigator

The 3 programs included in this project were our Capacity Building Workshop Series, Black Parent Mentorship Group, and Education Systems Navigator.

View our full year 1 report below. 

As part of the United Parents Project, Parents of Black Children launched a Black parent mentorship group as well as our Education Systems Navigation program. 

Key findings and feedback from our first year of operating this program are available in our summary report.

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