The book gathers 10 years of research on
the educational practices not only in Quebec but in Canada as a whole.
It also exposes the injustice and the bias of
the system as it offers solutions not only to preserve the dignity of every child
but to champion the quality and inclusion that tomorrow's society calls for.
The documentary also collects the comments of everyday people, engaging
with the clients of a barbershop in the South Shore of Montreal.
The documentary, just like the book, offers a good sense of the lengthy process
that parents have to go through when they submit a complaint.
It also presents a very interesting social experiment perspective on the
negative social effect of the impact neglecting this matter can have.