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Erika Shaker Mar 28
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Just Linda May 12
School boards across Ontario are staffing right now at 23:1, an increase from last yr, as per ’s directive. This is neither “robust” nor “well-resourced”. Short-changing edu will have disastrous social & financial consequences down the road.
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Jill Promoli Mar 17
This seems like a great opportunity to cancel EQAO forever. It's a waste of time and resources, and adds no value. If we're looking to find money in the already underfunded education budget, start there - not with class sizes and forced e-learning.
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OSBCU-CSCSO Mar 28
CUPE-OSBCU and members stand in solidarity with AB education workers being laid off in the thousands today. Kenney gov’t will be remembered for breaking faith with frontline workers and students in the midst of a pandemic
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jujumaqq wears hoop earrings in meetings May 30
I know members were *happy* to receive support from this trustee for . Will those same members address how his position against destreaming hurts Black kids disproportionately? Will , at some point, make a statement about
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#safeSeptember Mar 15
Tell Premier Doug Ford: Halt Evictions During Coronavirus Pandemic
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Mary Fowler Mar 11
These are members who support students and staff, and who run direct programming. This will significantly hit in class and outdoor education for our students. Shame on
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Marit Stiles Mar 11
Here they are: the 7000 responses to Ford’s survey. The responses they buried. They knew Ontarians didn’t want bigger class sizes. Or mandatory e-learning. Our kids paid a price for the turmoil created by Doug Ford. Reverse the cuts.
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Ontario Education Workers United Apr 2
members, this is no time for cuts to education. Sign this letter to tell our leaders that we want them to keep fighting for !
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Bobby Guse May 13
Starting a blog has been an idea two years in the making. This shouldn't have been my first post, but it is. "Why I am Voting No"
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#safeSeptember Mar 15
Add your name to this petition to ensure paid sick days for ALL workers to slow the spread of
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Dale Aug 14
One year ago today, I reactivated my Twitter account with my 6 followers to begin my advocacy as a parent for a quality education here in Ontario. A few weeks later, and were generous enough to deliver a lawn sign.
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Chris Hoffman Mar 9
SHAME! Ontario’s Education Minister Lets Slip His New Plan Could Eliminate Secure Jobs for Special Educators()
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Rick Smith Apr 20
With news of the tentative agreement, I want to say thank you. Thank you to the union and to my kids' teachers for defending quality publicly-funded education. Thank you for standing up for what's right
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Joel Rubinoff Apr 20
‘Home-schooling, like a balloon flying high with such hope, has deflated’ -- Why teachers and parents are NOT interchangeable @OSSTF@EFTOeducators
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Erika Shaker Apr 2
'Outstanding issues include the number of education workers supporting students, class sizes that are appropriate for a good quality education and mandatory online learning'
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Just Linda May 13
WHY I AM VOTING A HARD NO: A Photo Story (kind of, mostly becUse I am too tired to thread in a legit way). (and COVID has not changed that). 1/4
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ETFO Durham Local Mar 11
***IMPORTANT*** The cuts have started. The DDSB just eliminated 40 out of 87 ETFO member positions at the board office. Continue to fight, continue to get angry. The Conservative Government cuts will impact everyone.
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Kevin Coyne Sep 16
How I welcome 300 teachers @ BWOOD HS today bc the BOE notified teachers on the first day we welcome students they will be laid off . BOE mtg. ⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Random Teacher Mar 12
Can be invited back to the table soon? And, can the government show up, ready to bargain properly? We all want a deal. Good luck to and !!
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