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Special education in Nova Scotia schools

Donald M. Little

Special education in Nova Scotia schools

a resource and reference book

by Donald M. Little

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Published by Highland Press in Wolfville, N.S .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Special education -- Nova Scotia.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 166-172)

    StatementDonald M. Little, Ken Weber.
    ContributionsWeber, K. J. 1940-
    The Physical Object
    Pagination176 p. :
    Number of Pages176
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20217983M
    ISBN 10096930613X
    OCLC/WorldCa22279555

    School of Criminal Justice: creates synergies and opportunities to address today’s most relevant and critical education issue – school safety Innovative Research: with professors on the leading edge of educational theory and practice guiding students through research with impact Strength in Leadership: including a network of more t alumni, school superintendents, and 30 Missing: Nova Scotia. February 10th, Below is updated information about the novel coronavirus from Nova Scotia’s Chief Medical Officer of Health. Read Full Article. HRCE School Bus Providers Starting September February 6th, Halifax Regional Centre for Education (HRCE) has awarded contracts to three (3) service providers that will begin.

    All public schools in Nova Scotia are closed, with learning to end June 5th. The situation will continue to be assessed for schools to open in September Please continue to check our facebook page and website for updates and information. Please watch for future updates from CCRCE. Stay informed on all updates regarding the COVID virus. The International Programs Division promotes Nova Scotia as a leader in curricula and learning by helping to build and strengthen Nova Scotia’s reputation as a global education partner. We are committed to providing high quality education opportunities and services in an international context.

    Teaching in Nova Scotia Public Schools Section 44 of Nova Scotia's Education Act mandates that a teacher must be certified or hold a teaching permit in order to teach in the public schools of Nova Scotia. It should be noted that teaching permits are only granted in situations where attempts to hire certified teachers have proven unsuccessful. Teaching jobs in Canada: Education Canada Network educational recruitment search job opportunities employer listings resume teacher directory resource postings position careers in education.


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