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Cristina Howorun Apr 18
Hundreds of teachers have received lay-off notices- & are being warned they’ll lose their FT status & be reduced to PT. ⁦⁩ refuses to call these lost jobs- or answer the question- after days of reporter questions
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Kristin Rushowy Apr 18
Edu Min ⁦⁩ says across Ontario, Govt is “standing with teachers ,standing with educators”
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Laura Pizzolon Apr 18
Would love to see last ONE DAY in a classroom of 30 students, 1/3 with Special Needs, 1/3 ELL, and the rest with various social/emotional issues. All while trying to TEACH CURRICULUM! Oh! And in June during hot weather without AC!
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Gordon Nore ❄️ Apr 18
To my sisters, brothers, and others: I am absolutely heartbroken to read the daily tallies of Ontario educators who have received lay-off notices. I read every tally because I have lived your experience. I know how easily one feels abandoned.
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Amy Laidlaw 39s
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Miss Freedman Apr 18
Teaching is certainly not a ‘gig’ !Teaching is a profession, where teachers pour their time, energy & livelihood into educating the future of Ontario. Maybe you should visit a few classrooms and see what we really do? Cause your and
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Teachers Unite Apr 18
In an effort to save money I propose that we cancel and protective detail and simply provide them with personal protective equipment.
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Danielle Bentley 19h
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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Sam Hammond Apr 18
If a teacher has been working for a school board for 1, 3, or 5 years and is told by the board you don’t have a job in 2019-20 due to funding cuts, that’s called an “involuntary” job loss “done contrary to or without choice”.
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Jarod Parlee Apr 11
Not apologizing for the salary I make. During hard times, I’d be willing to negotiate a pay increase of inflation but this isn’t 2008. Stock market is at a record high. Do you think ppl in the private sector are frozen? We earn our salary every day.
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Lindsay Sutherland Apr 19
Oh I hope this picks up steam! Share with your own children & let’s hope it spreads into all our schools!
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Paul G. 4h
We need a *massive* number of employees at this protest on Friday. All hands on deck, . Time to fill the street and show this government we want because and !
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Sam Hammond Apr 15
Unbelievable and outrageous comment by Doug Ford! The Premier must stop misleading people.
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Cory Judson Apr 17
The released union officers have been visiting all our 59 Grand Erie Elementary Schools. I can tell you with 100% certainty that there has not been 1 teacher on these visits who has said to us that they support the cuts that are being made to education.
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Jodi  ☘️ Apr 16
Just left a store where I had a great conversation with the cashier about the button I was wearing and the importance of class size. Was more than happy to give it to her and she promptly buttoned it to her shirt. The public is onto you .
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Paul Raper🇨🇦🇬🇧 Apr 17
Below is the email I just sent , who is my MPP. I am hoping for a response, but not holding my breath as it appears her boss, Doug , won't allow the PC MPPs talk to their constituents without his approval.
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York OECTA 5h
YCT Secondary Math Teacher Karen Ebanks speaking from experience and advocating on behalf of her students.✔️ ⁦ Does class size matter? Many teachers are adamant it is crucial - The Globe and Mail
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Felipe Pareja Apr 17
I may be nothing more than a “union boss”, but know *this* : I’m not even 2 yrs removed from my classroom, my Ss, my Lisgar MS community, my colleagues. I’m 100% connected to what’s going on in schools, & I know what you’re up to. We all do.
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Sam Hammond Apr 11
"The Ministry of Education's own research shows that full-day kindergarten reduces risks in language and cognitive development, and means kids are more likely to achieve academic success in Grade 1."
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Jerry DeQuetteville Apr 18
In this episode of the Twilight Zone we explore a land so bizarre it defies belief. Daily the leadership insists no jobs will be lost due to cuts in education. Yet in an alternative universe called reality, 100s of teachers receive lay off notices. A place called Ontario.
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