On Friday, October 16, the Chief Commissioner of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission, David Arnot, gave a presentation to the League of Educational Administrators, Directors, and Superintendents of Saskatchewan (LEADS) at their annual fall meeting. At that event, Arnot informed the attendees that,

“… the made by teachers/for teachers classroom resources have been completed and the demand from teachers and administrators has exceeded our expectations. What has happened, is that teacher interest has really caught on. Currently, we have had successful engagement in 6 school divisions.”

Arnot also observed that the citizenship education project is a collaborative activity that requires relationships and tailored partnerships to make the classroom experience engaging for students and teachers.  Arnot stated:

“That we have the classroom ready resources, the plan, and the tools to help you make that engagement happen.”