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We need to normalize [accessibility]. If we don’t start with students in the classroom, it’s not going to go anywhere.
Marguerite Campbell, Central Coordinating Principal Teaching & Learning, Toronto DSB
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"People need to realize that the issue isn’t going to go away. We need to embrace the changes accessibility implies in everything we do. Only then will we be truly inclusive."
James Harvie, Teacher, Toronto Catholic DSB
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« Il est essentiel que les enseignants intègrent l'accessibilité dans leurs classes. »
Marie-Soleil Moreau, Teacher, York Region DSB
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There’s never been a time in human history where there are more opportunities [ for persons with accessibility needs ].
Hon. David Onley, Lieutenant Governor, Province of Ontario
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We want to make Ontario the kind of place where every child knows they have a space when they graduate.
Karen Tompkins, Teacher, Greater Essex DSB
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People need to realize that the issue isn't going to go away. We need to embrace the changes accessibility implies in everything we do. Only then will we be truly inclusive.
Jenny Williams, Student Trustee Toronto DSB, Ontario Student Trustees Association
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