The Ontario Parent Inclusion Project offers a "High School Courses and
Choices" tip sheet to help parents make sense of it all. The tip
sheet is one of a series being developed by Inclusion Project partners,
including representatives of the Keewatin-Patricia District School
Board, the Maytree Foundation, Participation of Ethno-racial
Communities in Schools--Waterloo Region, People for Education, and
Settlement Workers in Schools.
The tip sheet provides answers to commonly-asked questions like
- How do I know which school is best for my child?
- Which courses does my child have to take?
- What's the difference between the Applied and Academic Streams?
- How can I make choices that that won't close doors for my child?
- Where can I go for help?
The tip sheets are posted to http://www.peopleforeducation.com in Arabic, Chinese (traditional), English, Farsi, French, Punjabi, Korean, Russian,Somali, Spanish, Tamil, and Urdu.
For more information please contact People for Education at (416) 534-0100.