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Jeff Hackett 🇨🇦 14m
I know that more students competing for a teacher’s guidance, means less time for each student. 🚫✂️
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BxEducatorsU4Justice 24h
Replying to @BxEU4J
If resources and staff can be shared and class sizes can be kept low, this is a win
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Rachel May 19
What about all the cuts to education that will affect so many children from K to 12 across the province by taking away course options, educators, support staff and cutting funds to repair buildings so desperately in need
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Katie Wilson 🎀 10h
Conservative reps came to my house today asking for our support... not in THIS house buddy!
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Lori Thibault May 18
Reality check..dear parents and students. These cuts need to be addressed now. The planning for September occurs NOW. Your Actions. Your voice.
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Roberta Lamb May 16
Hope these courses surviv budget 2019.
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Corinne Morris May 21
Replying to @SteveClarkPC
You not giving anyone tools, your making cuts the system can not afford.
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Corinne Morris May 21
Replying to @CityCynthia
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Corinne Morris May 20
You are in no position to criticize anyone about mental health after what you and is putting families with Autistic children through.
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Corinne Morris May 20
mandate is to represent the people of Ontario, not force is own views down the throats on Ontarians.
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ATA Trumpeter #26 May 18
Resolution was passed that the Government of AB, with the ATA, school boards, superintendent, parents and public should develop class-size reduction strategy - it was unanimous!
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OSSTFD7TBU May 20
District 7 is planning a rally on Friday, May 31, from noon-1pm ’s office in . Stand up for public education in rural Ontario!
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AnotherTeacher44 May 22
This is NOT ok... SPEAK UP parents, students, education workers & supporters of public education! Make your voice heard & send an email by MAY 31!!!!
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Kimberley Small May 15
THIS is what inclusive education looks like. Nova Scotia to hire 173 more specialists for students with extra needs | CBC News
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Corinne Morris May 19
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Corinne Morris May 22
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Lyla Miklos May 14
Vote for Lisa Hiscox for President & Lyla Miklos for Chief Negotiator. Wed, May 15, 2019 @ 5pm. St. Naum Hall. 1250 Stone Church Rd E, Hamilton, ON. ✊
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BPNC May 22
“Our primary classrooms should be 24 students. Our bilingual classrooms be no more than 25 students. Kindergarten, first and second grade teachers need to be given assistance. Let teachers be teachers”
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Andrew Aloe May 21
why don't PC backbenchers speak up We need better politicians like
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 May 15
Make no mistake: kids and schools suffer when we cut Arts programming. The heart of Education is bleeding out.
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