Right to Learn
Education is supposed to open doors for people, not shut them out.
"In my recent travels to the Northwest Territories and the Yukon, I have seen firsthand the reality students with disabilities are facing..."
"In remote northern communities, a person with a disability may not even have the option to attend school.
The support is simply not there.
We can and must do better for this and future generations of Canadians with disabilities."
Marie-Claude Landry, Ad.E., Chief Commissioner
of the Canadian Human Rights Commission
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HOW WE CAN HELP
Yukon Right to Learn is a non-profit society. We support families of students with disabilities by:
Sharing information on how to identify, ask for, and secure help at school.
Researching and analyzing the practices that make it hard for the kids who need help the most, to get it.
We are among the more than 500 families working to secure equitable educational opportunity for children and youth with disabilities within the
Yukon's public education system.
We believe these students have something valuable to offer, and that everyone deserves a fair chance
at developing their full potential in a consistent, secure, and responsive learning environment.
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Drop us a line to subscribe to the mailing list, inquire about membership, or tell us about your experience.
We'll share expertise and strategies for success as you navigate the challenging terrain of equality and education rights.
Reach out with the form below or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to hear from you!