Special Needs Children Asked to Stay Home First Week of School

Monday, September 18, 2017
Katie Hyslop
The Tyee

In British Columbia, school started over a week ago, butĀ special needs children in at least 11 school districts have been told to stay home or attend classes for less than a full day. In some cases, gradual entry is requested to help students transition. One family in the Surrey School District is still waiting for their son, who has autism, to start kindergarten this year.

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