Children and Youth in Care (Ontario)

January 11, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

Check out this announcement  from EduGains, about a New ‘Children and Youth in Care’ Website

From their announcement: 

We are pleased to announce the launch of the newly added Children and Youth in Care website available on EduGAINS.

On the Children and Youth in Care site, classroom educators will find information about ministry developed resources and policy direction to support learning.

Some items to highlight on the site are:

Click on < Children and Youth in Care >
under the Ministry Developed Resources tab of the EduGAINS homepage


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