Teacher Shortage at Crisis Point in Special Education

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    Only a true low-life, piece of fucking shit talks that way about kids with extra challenges in life. You’re a classless fucking scumbag.
     
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    Leftist scumbags use disabled and vulnerable children to virtue signal so that nobody will *question* their garbage.

    Our NORMAL children need those education resources that are being consumed (and wasted) by children who are shoveled onto the short bus and into our schools by people who live off the funding that attends them. The children aren't learning anything. The only reason the majority of those *special* kids are in school is to give the parents a break. They aren't learning anything, they suck the resources meant for the kids who CAN learn..and they don't give a shit..the only people who care are the parents, who want a break..and the steady parade of mentally ill misfits who are paid to wipe their asses in the schools.
     
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    "For children with disabilities, school can be a nightmare. Triggers abound, particularly for kids with conditions like autism, ADHD and anxiety. Bright lights, crowded hallways, taking turns, lining up, keeping a desk organized and navigating friendships—all the basic stuff of school life—are confusing, agitating and overwhelming for kids with special needs. School doesn’t feel safe for them. And they in turn can make school feel unsafe for their classmates.

    "This seems to be what led parents of two girls who attend John Wanless Junior Public School in north Toronto to sue the Toronto District School Board for failing to protect them. According to the suit, the children, who are grades one and three, have been threatened and physically harmed by a schoolmate with special needs. The parents say that their daughters were shoved, kicked, hit with a hockey stick and pinched on the buttocks."

    Why integration isn’t working for special needs kids—or their classmates - Today's Parent
     
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    "Over a three-month period, the boy allegedly threatened the girl with scissors and pushed and punched her in the stomach, the Soncini parents said. Other students in the classroom allegedly were hit with a book and a lunchbox, and a teacher was punched and kicked, they added.

    "The parents found out about the incidents when their daughter came home crying one day, they said.

    "She told us she's scared to be around this boy," Robert Soncini said. "We're upset that our child is being assaulted and threatened with sharp objects."

    "The boy's behavior apparently became so disruptive the teacher created a "safe word" to inform students to leave the classroom during the boy's episodes, the Soncini parents said. These "classroom evacuations" allegedly happened about three times a week, they added.

    "The school never contacted me about this," Sara Soncini said. "None of the parents knew what was going on in the classroom."

    Special-needs student's classroom outbursts led classmate's parents to seek restraining order
     
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    DON'T BELIEVE THE LIES THERE IS NO TEACHER SHORTAGE IN SPECIAL EDUCATION !

    Believe me I have my Masters in it and licensed in it, been to over 30+ interviews and not hired as a teacher instead I have A CDL and drive a truck. I have 5 reference letters saying how great a teacher would be from teachers and paras. Renewed license several times over like 7 years I gave up last few years got a CDL and drive a truck Instead. Many of my classmates could not get hired in special ed either and have moved to other occupations, one girl I know same problem getting hired went into accounting instead.

    There is no shortage but an oversupply of teachers with SPECIAL ED licences and not enough jobs !
     
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    Deplorables.
     
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    Deplorables....with some serious baggage over education, period.
     
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    We need fewer like you and tommy in the classrooms..not more.
     

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