Ensuring Students with Learning Disabilities Have Proper Documentation as they Transition into Post-secondary Institutions
The Ontario Human Rights Code (1990) guarantees students diagnosed with a learning disability (LD) the right to accommodations that meet their academic needs at the post-secondary level (College and University). Not all students, however, arrive equipped with the necessary documentation to guarantee this support. This study investigated the quality of documentation presented by students entering post-secondary institutions in support of their LD and, in so doing, exposes current practices for identifying students (declaring students Exceptional) at the elementary and secondary levels.
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The Educational Implications of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
This summary was created by the What Works: Research into Practice program at the Ontario Ministry of Education
"Teachers should be aware that although there are many different perspectives on
ADHD, there is ample scientific evidence affirming its existence and its detrimental
impact on individuals. Classroom practices can make a difference for children with
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