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Why I Want to Break Up With Public Education (and Can’t)

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I come from a public-school-educated family. Growing up, I only knew two kids who went to private school and that was in the Toronto area, far away from my hometown.

So, when it came time to enroll my kids, I never considered anything other than the public educational system. That is until this system became the biggest hurdle to my child’s success.

And I decided, like any bad relationship, it was time for a breakup. Or at least a partial breakup. I now have a foot in each door — one kid in public school and the other in private school. Action Not Words As an advocate for kids with disabilities and diverse learners, it wasn’t an easy decision to pull my oldest out of the public school system.

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