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New Tip Sheets--How Can Parents Help Their Teenagers Graduate?

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 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.