Colleges do more to accommodate students with special needs

12/2/2008 | Ottawa Citizen (Ontario)

Canadian colleges increasingly are viewing students with learning disabilities and other special needs as prospective students. Assistive technology and a greater reluctance by parents for their children to be stuck in low-paying jobs may be contributing to the trend.

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