Human Rights in Education: Do we really mean all students?

Jacqueline Specht takes a critical look at the strategy employed to structure some school classrooms in Ontario.

If a student cannot be denied the right to participate in a classroom on the basis of their gender, race, or culture, Jacqueline argues that our approach to segregating students with disabilities is a violation of their basic human rights. Join us for a conversation about education, equity, and why we need to rethink some of our assumptions about the way classrooms are organized in Ontario.

Jacqueline Specht is the director of the Canadian Research Centre on Inclusive Education and a Professor of Applied Psychology at Western Education.

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