Future directions for the provincial and demonstration schools
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Future directions for the provincial and demonstration schools a report to stakeholders, 1994.

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Published by The Ministry in [S. l.] .
Written in English


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ContributionsOntario. Ministry of Education and Training.
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Pagination25 p.
Number of Pages25
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Open LibraryOL15537043M
ISBN 100777831554
OCLC/WorldCa222465905

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The Ministry of Education () operates provincial and demonstration schools throughout Ontario for deaf, blind, deaf-blind, and severe learning-disabled students, as well as those with attention deficit hyper-activity disorder (ADHD). Residential programs are offered at the schools Monday to Friday, for students who live too far. Each provincial Demonstration School has an enrolment of forty students. The language of instruction at the Amethyst, Sagnonaska, and Trillium schools is English; at Centre Jules-Leger, instruction is in French. Application for admission to a provincial Demonstration School is made on behalf of students by the school board, with parental consent. preschool children by teachers trained in pre-school and deaf education. The Demonstration Schools were established to: • Each Provincial Demonstration School has an enrolment of forty students. The language of instruction at the Amethyst, Sagonaska and Trillium schools is English; at Centre Jules-Leger, instruction is in French. Each provincial Demonstration School has an enrolment of forty students. The language of instruction at the Amethyst, Sagonaska, and Trillium schools is English; at Centre Jules-Léger, instruction is in French. Application for admission to a provincial Demonstration School is made on behalf of students by the school board, with parental consent.

In , the Drummond report on reforming Ontario's public services and cutting costs recommended closing the demonstration schools, and using the savings to fund programs for learning-disabled. Provide pre-school home visiting services for students who are deaf, blind, or deaf-blind. Admittance to a Provincial School is determined by the Provincial Schools Admission Committee in accordance with the requirements set out in Regulation When a student has received admission to a Provincial School, the Provincial School provides the. Future Directions for the Provincial and Demonstration Schools: A Report to Stakeholders () (PDF, KB) Reducing the Barriers to Access and Success: Report of the School-Colleges Project (November ) Reducing the Barriers to Access and Success: Executive Summary (November ) Report of the Review of Student Care at the Provincial. the Deaf and Blind and Demonstration Schools. August Second Report of the Francophone Equivalent to Provincial Schools to the Minister of Education. August Minister of Education’s Advisory Committee on Deaf Education (Anglophone). May Future Directions for the Provincial and Demonstration Schools: A.

Provincial and Demonstration schools are regional centres that provide intensive programming for students who are Deaf, blind/low vision, deafblind or have severe learning disabilities. These schools include a residential component (required for the LD demonstration schools, and provided for students living in excess of 70 minutes/ km from. APPLICATION TO PROVINCIAL SCHOOLS AND DEMONSTRATION SCHOOLS. Admittance to a Provincial School (for students who are Deaf or hard of hearing, who are blind or have low vision or who are deafblind) is determined by the Provincial Schools Admission Committee in accordance with the requirements set out in. Regulation Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. Contact Information for Provincial Schools and Demonstration Schools F14 Appendix F Contact Information for Faculties of Education F15 Glossary G1. x. 1 Draft Introduction This document supersedes directions for special education programs and services. Intended Audience of and.