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Simmi Jaswal Apr 16
I was declared surplus today. I’m heartbroken that many years of investing my heart, soul, and time in kids and school communities has come to this. I’ll have to leave very vulnerable students who trust and rely on me, and I’m without a job for Sept. 😢
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Lisa McKenna Apr 16
We had 7 staff told today they were surplus. Young teachers who are a vital part of our school culture and climate. Coaches, extra curricular leaders and damn fine educators. Oh, and also human beings with mortgages, families and bills. , adults & families
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J Peden Apr 16
I was one of 17 teachers at my school to receive notice today that we will be laid off as of August 31st. This has not happened in Peel in several years. lied when she said no one would lose their job.
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North Park Visual Arts Apr 16
Doug Ford said there would be no layoffs. He said he's spoken to hundreds of teachers who approve of his education funding. Lies. Today, 193 teachers were told they will be laid off. I am one of them. Please send an email to your local MPP if you're against cuts. 💔
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Apr 15
I’d love to see a list of the names of teachers you have spoken with, . Hundreds and hundreds of teachers? I haven’t met a single teacher who supports the cuts to education, and I have a huge professional learning network.
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Mr. Plesko Apr 16
Replying to @mr_plesko
A strong economy and province is not built on: - buck a beer - tailgating - cuts to the most needy Rather it needs: - investment in education - investment in healthcare - investment in all 4/7
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Ms.Tan Apr 17
I am 1 of 193 in Peel notified as surplus to the board as a result of cuts. I no longer have a job in Sept. But that won't stop me from being the caring supportive adult my Ss need everyday bc I know they matter!
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Lindsay Watson Apr 16
To those teachers that built caring classrooms, were the safe adult to an in-risk student, that put in extra long hours marking, lesson planning & creating equitable assessments...To those who received notice today of surplus to board - We are weaker without you.
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Katie Kemp Apr 18
Daughter had to “re-pick”courses today, as some things aren’t being offered next year. Indigenous course for one. When she’s in huge classes next year, taking her 2nd choices, I’ll be sure to thank Doug Ford for making her education so much better and enjoyable.
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Mr. Plesko Apr 16
“...not one single teacher will lose their job.” - & Today I was declared excess to region, there is no position for me in September. I lost my job that I have worked for since obtaining my teaching degree in 2012. 1/7
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Neil Before Zod™ Apr 18
The cruelty of the Doug Ford Government is appalling. Without the Ontario Library Service, nearly all small town and rural libraries may have to cut back or close. No one voted for fewer libraries Premier Ford.
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Adam Bolt 4h
Replying to @davidakin @fordnation
thank you, burn them libraries down.
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Olivia Ng 📈 Apr 19
MPPs of , please stop acting like your constituents are a nuisance or pretend they don’t exist. You are supposed to represent them, not ignore their giant protests, block them on Twitter, and run at them with cars.
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Dirka Prout for LNC NDP Apr 17
Public school education is an investment in our future. Thanks for joining some 50 other communities across Ontario in the fight for quality education
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Benjamin Smith Apr 19
After 10 pm Friday. My wife & I are still prepping a display 4 her school's musical. She is a LTO w/ job uncertainty nxt yr & I was laid off this week, yet we keep working bc we care about our students, not bc this is just a "good gig"
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Leyla MP Apr 18
If students that are required to take e-learning classes rely on a public library for internet access, how is cutting library budgets helping them?
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Gundi Barbour 16h
So now is slashing breakfast programs, does he know that children sit at school hungry without them? This is cutting off any hope of learning & success at the knees! in so many ways!
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Jennifer Brown Apr 19
Just to clear this up... anyone who goes into the teaching profession for summers off... generally doesn’t last long in the job. My husband & I genuinely appreciate that time with our family but it is absolutely not the reason we are 20 years into our careers.
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octugal 12h
Don’t forget that Halton is already the lowest funded school board in Ontario as shown on HDSB website. $82 million short in 2017-2018. That’s before any further cuts!
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nlo 9h
Replying to @MrDash109 @AlessDelv
As a mom of 3, I think most parents/public will support teachers if they choose to strike. Teachers aren’t asking for raises or benefits, simply asking to maintain class sizes and cancel education cuts...teachers we support you!
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