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Cecelia Griffiths

B.C. Resource Teacher

Cecelia Griffiths is a resource teacher in a public secondary school in Chilliwack, B.C. She holds a masters' degree in special education, and is qualified to teach students who are blind and/or deaf. She currently works with students with intellectual disabilities and/or autism, as well as case managing students with significant disabilities or health challenges.

She is committed to working for a fully funded, accessible and effective public education system.

Cecelia is a married mother of three, and grandmother to three wonderful grandchildren. "Our whole family has been, is or will be in the public education system," she says.
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I Love Being A B.C. Teacher So Much That I Have To Quit

Things are worse. They are so much worse. I cannot express how bad things are getting. It's because I love the work so much, that I have to leave. I've spent the last two years thinking about going. I've felt increasingly sorrowful that I simply cannot do all that these kids need and deserve me to do.
07/24/2015 01:13 EDT
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I Will Hold The Line For B.C.'s Public Education System

For the angry ones who rage in class, and the sad ones whose arms bear scars and who cannot eat, but also cannot get a counsellor, #IWillHoldTheLine. For the brilliant children of great promise, whose programs have been eliminated and who mark time helping others while waiting for the challenges they need, #IWillHoldTheLine.
08/21/2014 01:18 EDT