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.
- Recent blog posts about education: No Democracy is Strong than its Investment in Education, We Are What We Learn
- Related conversation with Matt Ross on why high school graduation rates are not the whole story.
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