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NS Teachers Union May 17
Having denied real education cuts for weeks, late on a Friday afternoon, through the media, the McNeil govt announces a new funding formula for public education. Seems like damage control, doesn't it?
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Nova Scotia NDP 14h
We’ve been busy in Sackville this long weekend, talking with the community and putting up signs. Come help us out!! Drop by the office at 51 Cobequid Rd. or give us a call - 902-252-3335.
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NS Teachers Union May 15
Contrary to Zach Churchill's assertion that an Institute of Inclusive Education would cost $1 million, official documents say the only paid staff would replace "an already existing position within " & board members "would not be paid."
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NS Teachers Union May 13
On February 12, Zach Churchill told media his changes to public education have made a "demonstrable (positive) impact." A survey of 566 teachers released today by shows that less than 2% of teachers agree with him, 95% DISAGREE, and 3% are neutral.
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Paul Syme 12h
I teach IB. It’s very expensive spent on a handful of kids who would be as well served by our NS advanced courses. We need small class sizes for kids at risk — a social justice way to spend the $$.
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Adam Boyd May 15
This government loves paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to people from Ontario. The inclusion report recommended a mechanism to evaluate changes; this isn’t it. | NS hires professors to evaluate changes to bolster inclusive classrooms
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Adam Boyd May 17
This is huge news! Why is it being buried the Friday before a long weekend? Is there some reason to hide them new formula? | New funding model coming for N.S. public schools in September
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CMacK May 16
Lol...remember the last time McNeil accused a union of spreading misinformation??
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Mark Laventure May 14
The McNeil government refuses to tell parents which schools are facing cuts to Early Literacy Support (ELS), but today it's boasting about releasing "combined data on hunting and fishing licence sellers in Nova Scotia."
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Global Halifax May 13
A follow-up survey shows that teachers and Nova Scotia's education minister continue to have differing opinions on the current state of the school system and the challenges within it.
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Ian Kent May 17
“Generally, a revamp of a funding formula for a pillar of the social fabric is cause for extensive consultation, extensive study...” ⁦⁩ | New funding model coming for N.S. public schools in September
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@AlfieMacLeod May 14
It is an exciting time for me and my family. I have officially thrown my hat into the ring for the nomination in the federal riding.
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Jason Pugh 8h
What this article doesn't mention is that the "NL Proud", "NS Proud" & "Proudly NB" director, Devin Drover, was an intern for 's PMO. founder, Jeff Ballingall, also worked for Harper.
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michael gorman May 16
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CACL May 14
A lack of independent oversight in the rollout of the education plan has prompted the provincial government to appoint an independent evaluator to oversee implementation.
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Mark Laventure May 11
Cuts to Guidance Counsellors, Early Literacy Support (ELS) teachers and other positions at school across the province without first disclosing the changes to School Advisory Councils (SAC) is an enormous broken promise on the part of the McNeil govt.
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NS Teachers Union May 17
Nova Scotia’s inclusive education oversight plan falls short: law professor | The Chronicle Herald
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NS Teachers Union May 13
Four more schools where reductions to crucial teaching positions are being made. These cuts will have a negative impact on these school communities, and yet parents have yet to be officially notified.
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Halifax City NSTU May 13
Instead of investing in our students, our school counsellors are being spread thinner and thinner. Our mental health system is already at a breaking point. Our students deserve better!!
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Lara Fawthrop May 14
Any day will call the By-election. I’m a teacher, mom of two boys and a daughter of a health care worker. For my entire life I’ve been fighting for what’s right. I’m ready to Order a sign, volunteer or donate at
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