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[room 209m] week one confessions

Last week was week one of school. Let’s just say it was a tough week. Since I teach a self-contained, special day class for students in kindergarten through second grade, I have many returning students this year as well as some new ones. 208 more words

Art

Exhaustion and Aggravation

Today was a day of aggravation.¬† Not really anyone’s fault in particular. It’s just the grueling process of getting Little Bear’s sleep cycle back to a day/night “normal” people routine. 1,575 more words

Parenting

My Team

I’m not sure I’m really up to a long post tonight. ¬†Today was my fifth workday and they’ve all been full, busy, productive days that involved me communicating with a lot of people, which, as an introvert, always wears me down. 513 more words

ORS Funding to be reviewed by Government

Students over the age of 18 who want to enter tertiary education may be left with less support than what is currently available.

The Government will review the Ongoing Resourcing Scheme in the near future as radical changes to Special Education are set to continue. 145 more words

Politics

A Battle I Wish I Could Have Picked

Special education is a topic very close to my heart and the last 2 years of my high school career revolved around it. The more involved I became in the class, the more I noticed the stigma surrounding the subject. 462 more words

81 per cent of Ontario Grade 10 students passed literacy test: EQAO

TORONTO – The majority of Ontario’s Grade 10 students who wrote this year’s secondary school literacy test were successful.

The Education Quality and Accountability Office says 135,111 students were eligible to participate in the test for the first time, and 124,977 did so. 101 more words

Canada