The Special Education Advisory Committee (SEAC) is made up of representatives from various special needs group within each school board. Each group has principle member and alternate. There are representatives on both the public and separate board. The SEAC meets once a month with superintendent of special education to discuss concerns regarding education.
SEAC is governed through legislation the Education Act. It is recognized by the boards as a powerful group of concerned members who are acting in the best interests of students with special needs.