All students in Ontario have the right to equal treatment in educational services without discrimination based on a protected ground under the Ontario Human Rights Code, including disability. Education providers have a corresponding obligation to provide services in a manner free from discrimination, which requires that they provide appropriate accommodations to students with disabilities, short of undue hardship (which is a high threshold).
At PooranLaw, we provide advice and representation to students, parents and legal guardians dealing with issues in how education services are provided, including:
- Decisions regarding the identification of students as “exceptional” in Ontario’s publicly-funded primary and secondary schools
- Decisions regarding the placement of exceptional students in regular or special education classes
- Discrimination against and/or accommodation of students at all levels of education, including primary, secondary and post-secondary institutions (including college, university and vocational)
Contact us to find out more or if you are facing issues related to how education services are being provided to your child.
Learn more about students’ education rights in Ontario: