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“It started with parents who wanted a better life for their children with developmental disabilities, and then over the years it grew,” said Olga Leshcheva, coordinator of MacEwan University’s Campus Connections.
September marks the start of a brand new school year for many students, however, for some parents, it represents uncertainty. For parents of children with developmental and intellectual disabilities, finding a school that is the right fit for their child can be quite the challenge.
Our most recent View Point Blog comes from self advocate and Youth Outreach Worker from Markham, Ontario: Samantha Gregory. Samantha tells us a little bit about herself before her View Point Blog about: More Inclusion In Schools.
February offers an opportunity for people across the country to highlight the benefits of inclusive education and increase awareness of its many positive outcomes. February is Inclusive Education Month in Canada. Inclusive Education Canada is proud to be part of the network celebrating inclusion in Canadian Schools in February each year.
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