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Danielle Bentley Apr 19
Student 1: I have to do at least one mandatory online course this year to graduate, but I don’t have high speed internet. Teacher: We wish we could help. Student 2: You can use the computers at the public library? : Nope. Cut that too.
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Paul G. Apr 11
Every Friday, Ontario education workers wear because we know . Join us! Wear red tomorrow in your workplace. Tell your MPPs & Trustees you want ! Peel workers will rally in red tomorrow!
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Lisa Mastrobuono Apr 6
Hey : Canada’s public school systems rank 6th in the WORLD in math, science, reading. The USA - land of privatization, charter schools & union busting - is 31st. The only thing Americans have to teach us is how to do education wrong.
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Teachers Unite Apr 9
Hey , in order to maintain the 28-student class average, specialized courses with lower enrolment will have to be offset by other courses with class sizes of 36-to-46 students says the Halton board. Is their math wrong?
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Paul G. Apr 8
Going door-to-door at lunch in my school's neighbourhood, handing out flyers with my colleagues. Talk to your Branch President or PAC representative to get some for your branch.
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Sam Hammond Apr 6
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ETFO Durham Local Apr 6
Just a portion of the huge contingent of the educators who went to Queen's Park today for the . We will stand up against any cuts to education because and ! We are
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Stephen Hurley Apr 6
Getting ready to head into Toronto to pick up some of that action at and then up to Queens Park for the Rally for Education at noon!
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OSSTF Communications Apr 8
ICYMI - This weekend shared an open letter to parents in major Ontario newspapers outlining how the plan to cut education will not improve student success. Let's invest in education, not cut it.
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Andrew Robertson Apr 4
This was my classroom after the students from my class that chose to participate in the walk-out began their protest against education cuts. I teach 28 students that period.
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April Elliott Apr 5
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Dr Carol Campbell Apr 6
estimate is 30,000 people participated, 170 buses filled from across Ontario. Photo credits (I’m in there somewhere & it got busier)
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Andrew Campbell Apr 11
Ontario Education Cuts...So Far. A board by board breakdown. Updated for & Limestone DSB Do you know about current or planned cuts to ? Let me know so I can add it to this list.
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Cory Judson Apr 5
When we started to organize for tomorrow's , in Grand Erie we thought we might need 1-2 buses. Happy to report will be 6 full buses leaving from Grand Erie tomorrow morning plus 100s of others going on their own!
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Martin K. Apr 11
To my colleagues in : If you aren’t sure about what’s going on in education, or believe you can just ride this one out, watch a week’s worth of Question Period and reevaluate. Your blood will boil; it’s absolute nonsense.
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Michael Bednarski 23h
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If Doug Ford implements vouchers and private charter schools, would the reverse everything or keep them? How will the keep the public education system strong against privatization?
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Greg Weiler Apr 6
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Chris Cowley Apr 6
Ontario teachers open letter to parents in today’s .
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Paul G. Apr 7
Many of our colleagues who attended yesterday's will be "transformed" by that experience. Try to build on it. Start on Monday. "Activism creates activists."
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Jarod Parlee Mar 24
. teachers are educated and globally conscious citizens and we know our rights. Suggesting that we dare not protest will only motivate us and reinforce our resolve to stand up for . See you at Queen’s Park on April 6th.
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