Special education in Ontario means many things, but generally refers to students assessed with some kind of "exceptionality." How best to address that in the classroom is a critical issue for parents whose children have different learning needs, particularly during this election campaign. The Agenda discusses what each party has on offer.
Episode:
Support for Special Education and ADHD
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May 10, 2018
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