Usually, a child who is involved in a criminal matter still has the right to go to school. Sometimes the court will say the child cannot go to a specific school until the case is over. You can send your child to another school if this happens. In... More
It is against the law for a school to refuse to admit a child who is under 18 years of age only because the child or the child's parent or guardian is in Canada without immigration status.The Education Act says:A person who is otherwise entitled to... More
This answer is taken from I Am Being Expelled From School - What Are My Rights?, produced by Justice for Children and Youth. Being expelled means that you are not allowed to go to your school or to participate in any of your school's activities, and... More
The following answer is taken from Legal Guide on Special Education in Ontario produced by Justice for Children and Youth. Students who are identified as "exceptional" have a right to special education in Ontario schools. A student who requires a... More