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We are the Association of the 45,000 professionals who teach Kindergarten to Grade 12 in Ontario's publicly funded English Catholic schools.
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Doug Ford says our education system is in crisis. But what do the numbers say?
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Alarming. It's clear an overhaul of this inadequate patchwork of services is needed immediately. Our kids cannot wait.
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Thanks to , people are weighing in on how to .
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OISEUofT 1h
Ontario's full-day kindergarten classrooms are co-led by a certified teacher and a registered early childhood educator. The knowledge each one brings is part of why Ontario's program is so successful, OISE researchers find. 💬
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Ahead of the this Sunday, President penned this article about the importance of worker safety.
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Vanessa Slee 1h
This is not the kind if Ontario I want to raise my children in.
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Our condolences to the family and friends of George Martell. Rest in Peace George.
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We’re putting the finishing touches to the latest issue of the Catholic Teacher magazine, but the way we produce it today is VERY different from way back when. Instead of using fancy computer programs the layout was arranged manually!
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Chantal Ulicny, OCT 5h
Our pulled out all the stops for today’s for team fundraiser!
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"Affected programs will include disease prevention, water quality testing, immunization monitoring and surveillance, prenatal support, overdose prevention, food safety regulation, infectious disease control, student nutrition, and more."
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Ms. E's Kinder Class with Mrs. Angela Warren 5h
Happy Earth Week! Today we visited our ‘forest’ and tomorrow we will do a ‘steam’ challenge. Each student will use recyclable materials and their problem-solving skills to create something new.
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Wonderful Venezia, thank you for sharing!
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Venezia Iaconetti 4h
In our classroom, we practice - the SK/Grade One’s know that Jesus wants us to love and care for ourselves.. but sometimes they need a gentle reminder ✨❤️ By the calming corner, the students recite the poem to themselves & each other!
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No problem, we're so happy to share!
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Thank you for creating this!
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Calm the Storm, created by and , is a resource to help teachers engage K-6 students in "meaningful discussions about their mental health and well-being." You can access it here: .
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A powerful piece on how public libraries are being pushed to breaking point due to a lack of community services. "It is essential to understand that libraries are in this state because other systems failed," writes this author.
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Catholic Teachers 6h
A Commemorative Ceremony is taking place at 1.30pm today at Mel Lastman Square, and a community vigil will be held afterwards at 6pm💙
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Sandra Coniglio 7h
I have had 33 kids in a grade 10 English class...madness. I can’t offer kids the one on one support they need. Feedback should be frequent and timely; this is impossible to do in a class that big. Come spend a day in my class.
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City of Toronto 7h
The Toronto Sign has been dimmed and flags at Toronto City Hall & North York Civic Centre have been lowered to half-mast for the remainder of the day to commemorate those who lost their lives or were injured during the Yonge Street Tragedy.
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