Conor Doherty, enjoying a summer outing with Dad in Fredericton, the green city.
In New Brunswick advocates of extreme, everyone in the classroom, inclusion like to describe my son’s accommodations as “segration” as though it could be equated with the racially segregated schools of the old American south. Conor in fact attends . . . → Read More: Facing Autism in New Brunswick: Conor Misses His So-Called "Segregated" Autism Schooling BUT Summer Helps A Lot