CELDICCommission on Emotional and Learning Disorders in Children (Canada)
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The result was an assemblage of bureaucratic and disparate agencies, which CELDIC considered too distant from the clients they serviced.
Highly influenced by the CELDIC report, that year the government of British Columbia decided to replace the province's Children's Aid Societies and the rural child protection department.
In Canada it has been 30 years since the Commission on Emotional and Learning Disorders produced the CELDIC Report (1970), which endorsed the integration of students with "exceptionalities" into the general education system.