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Inclusive education

Inclusive education

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Québec schools have gradually opened their regular classes to students with special educational needs, such as people with disabilities and learning disabilities, in the last 40 years. Although there has been a significant increase in the integration rate of students with special needs in regular classrooms, several barriers hinder their participation in these classes. The Commission has thus proposed an organizational framework to promote the learning of these students. Today, the Commission continues to propose courses of action to ensure their success in school, whether elementary, high school or college.

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Although the law states that each child must be provided with an individual and adapted plan to ensure that he or she succeeds at school, the high percentage of complaints received by the Commission suggests that too often, special need students are not assessed or their intervention plan is not followed.


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