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Paper – If Inclusion Means Everyone, WHY NOT ME? (2018)

A Final Report for the extensive research study on the barriers to meaningful and inclusive education from K to 12 in Ontario conducted by ARCH, in partnership with Brock University, Western University, Community Living Ontario, Inclusive Education Canada, and Brockville and District Association for Community Living.

This resource is part of ARCH’s Inclusive Education initiative. For more information about the initiative, go to: www.archdisabilitylaw.ca/initiatives/education-initiative

Available in PDF and RTF formats.

Disponible en français sous les formats PDF et RTF.

If Inclusion Means Everyone, Why Not Me / Si l’inclusion signifie tout le monde, pourquoi pas moi



Last Modified: June 7, 2019

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