Marsha Forest Centre






What is the Centre?
Centre Projects
Who is Marsha
Rose Quartz Award
In Memoriam
Playfair Teams
Crucial Terms
Articles
Real Life After School
Knowledge Exchange

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This Inukshuk (Inuit direction marker) is called the "Rose Quartz Warrior". Marsha was a warrior, loved rose quartz, and even dubbed herself the Rose Quartz Warrior. It is in the back yard, free standing, built by Jack.
The Marsha Forest Centre is a registered Canadian Charity formerly know as the Centre for Integrated Education and Community.

It was founded in 1989 to foster the development of inclusion. The Centre's program focus is the development of future leadership for inclusion through the creation of focused programs, materials and research that will create a world where Everyone Belongs.

The Centre was renamed in 2001, following Marsha's untimely death.

WHAT IS THE CENTRE?
The Centre's program focus is the development of future leadership for inclusion through the creation of focused programs, materials and research that will create a world where Everyone Belongs.

TORONTO SUMMER INSTITUTE
Ryerson University, Toronto
July 11 - 16, 2009

PLAYFAIR TEAMS
A new national project led by the MFC is being initiated to introduce 'playfair teams' to schools from coast to coast.

CRUCIAL TERMS PROJECT
The Crucial Terms Project was designed to clarify crucial terms used to describe education for learners with disabilities under the Special Education Model and under the Inclusive Education Model.

KNOWLEDGE EXCHANGE
How to make the changes necessary to realize the promise of self-directed supports and build more sustainable, resilient, and inclusive communities.

WHO IS MARSHA FOREST?
Marsha Forest was a remarkable leader, advocate and champion of inclusion for all.

CENTRE PROJECTS
An overview of the ongoing work being done by the Centre.

PLANNING FOR REAL LIFE AFTER SCHOOL
This book is about transition from school to work. funded in part by the Government of Canada's Social Development Partnerships Program, Human Resources and Skills Development Canada.

ROSE QUARTZ AWARD
For leadership and contribution to Inclusive Education.

CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF INCLUSIVE EDUCATORS
A new organization for educators interested in inclusion of learners with disabilities.

IN MEMORIAM
Tributes to some of the leaders and friends who continue to support us, even though they have moved on.


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