At ACE’s Institute in Vancouver, participants challenged the co-op education field to expand and refine the co-op education toolkit to meet the growing co-op hunger and co-op development needs of Black, Indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) communities. At ACE, Co-op Leaders Call on Movement to Expand the Co-op Education Toolkit By Steve Dubb Last

“Are we making use of all opportunities for staff and board of director training?” I have recently been pondering this question, and must confess that I approach it with some trepidation, not knowing for sure if I can indeed answer it at all. It is safe to say that it is not really an acceptable

Anonymous ACE contributor – April 20th 2022 Most of us have a general concept of co-operative education, generally speaking from dictionary definitions. My dictionary states that education deals with the process which is employed for the development of the person as a full-fledged member of society and it implies a number of elements: Something to