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Aaron Liscum Jun 16
Advertised in Saturday's . In , under the , only people who pay get teachers and small class sizes.
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Lisa Mastrobuono Jun 11
Toronto Catholic DSB trustees just passed a motion charging teachers $10 day for parking. That’s essentially a $1,900/yr cut in pay for teachers who currently supplement meagre classroom budgets out of their own pockets. Unbelievable.
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Mathieu Landry Jun 13
"Cuts to public education don’t just hurt the vulnerable. They also hurt a large swath in the middle."
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Johnny Smith Jun 16
Happy to the Number 1 Father in , Prime Minister or as he is known to his kids, DAD!
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Teachers Unite Jun 12
So the TCDSB is going to charge teachers $10 per day to park! What's next? Pay toilets? Extra for toilet paper? This $1900 pay cut is some thanks for everything teachers do to support quality learning in TCDSB schools!
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Andrew Campbell Jun 15
Ontario Education Cuts...So Far. A board by board breakdown. Redundancy notices = 2681 Recalls = 353 LMK of current or planned cuts to . Anonymous Submissions:
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OSSTFD7TBU Jun 14
Every Friday, we wear ! Proudly defending public in .
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Teachers Unite Jun 8
"We really, really want to strike a deal:’ Premier Ford on teacher contracts. I call BS. Ford has no interest in true collective bargaining and will do anything and everything to prevent it.
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Jodi  ☘️ Jun 10
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Jodi  ☘️ Jun 12
Replying to @gouldpd
4) Before the next trustee meeting, send out invites to all my friends to help fill the SB parking lot with cars well before the meeting. 5) Organize all the teachers at school to walk in together 15 mins before the start of the day. 6) Stop volunteering
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Veronica Tuzi-Duarte Jun 13
A sign of things to come, here in Ontario?
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Jodi  ☘️ Jun 16
I believe you like to issue a to battle deniers. BTW, I so want to borrow this to create an hashtag because we are battling misinformation at every turn
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Clinkerbell Crizzle 🌎🌿🍀 Jun 10
is not the same as or or .... I agree that people who hurt kids should not be allowed in the classroom. No one agrees that they should be. If you have issue with that... I would look into which is NOT a union. Also, please contact police if needed.
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Teachers Unite Jun 13
It sounds like support staff will be required to pay $5 a day to park at TCDSB lots! What a joke!
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Jerry DeQuetteville Jun 14
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Wendy Anes Hirschegger Jun 10
Proof that 's cuts will have a detrimental effect on students: "funding cuts during the recession provide one of the clearest examples of how current school-funding formulas have a detrimental effect on the children who need most help"
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Teachers Unite Jun 12
In the face of looming funding cuts perhaps the TCDSB should consider charging an admission fee.
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Jodi  ☘️ Jun 8
tell me again how no jobs will be lost. I DARE YOU! You are decimating public education in this province. on you!
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Johnny Smith Jun 9
We will win again and we the teachers of Ontario will elect a Government in 2022. And the leader will be out of this world!
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Teachers Unite Jun 12
This is beyond ridiculous! Students in IB at TDSB will now pay tuition. You're right, it doesn't sound like public education.
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