Equity and Inclusive Education: A Resource Compendium For Elementary and Secondary School Teachers in Ontario
28 September 2012
R. (Inclusion Press, 1991) Groups of parents, teachers, special educators, clergy, or other community‐based leaders can use these reflective stories as a source of uncovering programs or policies that may prevent people from being accepted in and belonging to the community. 68 Workshop Toronto Summer Institute Each summer, the Inclusion Network holds a five‐day Toro. [...] L44/L47 Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation 60 Mobile Drive Toronto, ON M4A 2P3 Tel: 416‐751‐8300 ext. 528 Toll Free: 1‐800‐267‐7867 Fax: 416‐615‐1646 Panel Sec Topic Socio‐economic status Resource Type Booklets, classroom resource, video Low Income Families Together (LIFT) 238 Queen Street West Toronto, ON M5V 1Z7 Tel: 416‐597‐9400. [...] O. Box 21054 Winnipeg, MB R3R 3R2 Tel: 204‐897‐0461 Email: email@example.com Website: www.ladybugeducation.ca The Ladybug Foundation Education Program Inc. is a non‐profit registered charitable organization founded by Hannah Taylor in 2006 as a separate "sister" charity to The Ladybug Foundation. 75 mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org . [...] O. Box 192, Station F 82 mailto:email@example.com Toronto, ON M4Y 2L5 Tel: 905‐472‐3976 Email: doyle@the‐wire.com This interactive presentation of images and dialogue is a snapshot of the African Canadian diaspora, captured by the very experienced veteran Canadian media practitioner. "The. [...] O. Box 244 Red Lake, ON P0V 2M0 Tel: (807) 727‐2847 Fax: (807) 727‐3253 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org RLIFC organizes/facilitates activities at schools in the Red Lake district and at the Friendship Centre. The centre provides a range of teacher resources, runs classroom programs, offers workshops, and hosts community events. Teacher Resources Aboriginal based ac.