Groundbreaking human rights case could pave the way to school boards providing better supports for the 20,000 autistic students in Ontario.

Beth and Mike Skrt play with daughter, Emily, 2, and Jack, 5, in their Mississauga home. The couple is battling to get more supports in school for Jack, who has autism.  (VINCE TALOTTA / TORONTO STAR)

Jack, who has autism, is captivated by “no exit” streets and signs. He loves zooming his trains around their wooden track and rhymes off the nine characters in his favourite storybook at an auctioneer’s pace…

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