Does a child need to attend in person attendance at school?

Ontario, Canada


The following excerpt is from J.N. v. A.S., 2020 ONSC 5292 (CanLII):

Following Chase v. Chase, supra, the child should be enrolled for in-person attendance at school unless the following test is met: If K.N. attends junior kindergarten at school will she, or anyone in either parent’s home be at an unacceptable risk of harm?

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