Check out the newest edition of the Special Education Newsletter "Our Gifted Children" Fall 2021. Read and download the full PDF here: Special Education Newsletter: Our Gifted Children Newsletter Fall 2021
Prepared by Kabuty Consulting in 2010, for the Chiefs of Ontario, the purpose of this report was to review and provide an analysis of the High Cost Special Education Program. This report provides: i. A complete financial analysis of the High Cost Special Education program in Ontario; ii. A comparative analysis of what is happening
The Ontario First Nation Special Education Working Group (OFNSEWG), a joint technical and advisory body of the Chiefs of Ontario and Indian Affairs, is mandated by the First Nations Education Coordination Unit (FNECU) to provide recommendations on issues and specific strategies for political review and/or approval for action. The report highlights the issues arising from
The High-Cost Special Education Program (HCSEP) provides additional investments to recipients who provide services for students who ordinarily live on reserve and whose special education needs cannot be met within the current resources that are made available for the general student population.
This project was mandated through the Chiefs-in-Assembly Resolution 13/11 (June 2013 All Ontario Chiefs Conference). Specifically the mandate called for the Ontario First Nations Special Education Working Group (OFNSEWG) to develop and conduct "community capacity training … to address challenges in understanding what types of services the High Cost Special Education Program (HCSEP) is designed
This document supersedes Special Education: A Guide for Educators (2001). It also supersedes the following policy and resource documents that have been released by the Ministry of Education to support educators in the implementation of effective programs and/or services for students with special education needs: Standards for School Boards’ Special Education Plans (2000) Individual Education Plans: Standards for
This report is dedicated to two young boys who are members of the Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation ("MNCFN"). MNCFN launched a human rights complaint against the federal government after it refused to pay for the special education services they needed. This report is the result of that human rights complaint and the