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Ontario Parent Action Network May 31
When your Province’s Minister of Education makes no direct reference to anti-Black racism, policing or schooling here on Earth on a weekend like this, and instead tweets about one rich white man’s space fantasy...
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Jerry DeQuetteville 12h
The Education Minister who has been advocating for online learning and synchronous learning for the better part of a year admits the technology does not exist to make it work. You can't make this up. 🤦‍♂️🤦🤦‍♀️
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Carolyn Matson May 30
“We must talk about race with young kids. Racism thrives in silence.”
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Elementary Educators Jun 1
Looking for a resource to unpack white privilege and racism? Download the Re-Think, Re-Connect, Re-imagine guide; now available as a PDF! It is an extension of our White Privilege project and offers educators concrete suggestions for change.
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Jamie Mitchell May 29
Hey White Teachers, Do you "keep your classroom neutral" by "keeping politics out of the classroom?" Do you realize that by doing that you are making a political decision that reinforces the status quo? Have you been paying attention to world events?
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Elementary Educators 11h
ETFO educators: Register today for our new virtual learning webinar on Understanding Anti-Black in Ontario Education. This live webinar on Wednesday, June 10, at 4:00-5:15 p.m., is open to all members
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Catholic Teachers Jun 1
This article features 27 children's books that can help open up conversations with kids about racism.
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OMG. fereal? May 31
Lecce is back. Emboldened again. Now he’s openly blaming the Feds for poor internet in Ontario, which is hindering his distance learning aspirations. Demanding a fix during a pandemic. Steve, we are all busy. You know this. What a slick showman. The greatest on earth.
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Beyhan Farhadi, PhD 12h
Summary: 1. Distance Learning Program leaves students behind (in more ways than broadband) 2. Northern & rural communities (3,000 schools) were NEVER considered w/ mandatory e-learning 3. Online learning is EXPENSIVE and Ontario can't afford it
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Elementary Educators Jun 1
As educators, ETFO is deeply concerned about the ongoing systemic and individual forms of racism and anti-Black racism in our communities. Racism impacts all of us! We must all work to stop it and teach ways to unlearn racism and anti-Black racism.
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Muna Kadri May 31
Many great conversations about dealing with racism in education, but I’m noticing a persistent resistance to dealing with the systemic side of it. Classroom changes are essential, but system leaders need to acknowledge systemic reforms at their level are imperative.
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Andrew Campbell Jun 1
Will Ontario students head back to smaller classes with physical distancing rules? | Ottawa Citizen
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Elementary Educators 12h
June is and to actively walk a path towards reconciliation, we encourage you to share, teach and learn more about the Indigenous People. has great resources for students, educators and parents at
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Elementary Educators May 30
When there is injustice in our local community or across the globe, we must speak out and act. Anti-Black racism is killing black lives and this must end!
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Catholic Teachers Jun 1
"A Resource for Ontario Educators Learning about Racism" is an extensive antiracism resource compiled by a group of educators in Ontario. The resource contains links to books, reports, podcasts, learning modules, and archives. You can find it here: .
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OSSTF Communications May 31
stands in solidarity against anti-Black racism. We must learn from and listen to those impacted by discrimination that leads to racial injustice.
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Alice Aspinall Jun 1
Went to my classroom today for the first time since March 13. It was very emotional for me. I miss my room, my students, the math fun we had. Our class calendar was still on March. It’s June. Am I the only one really missing the classroom?
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Jerry DeQuetteville May 29
Hey there can you believe that it has been 11 weeks since the 1st school closure was announced. Here we are. This week we finally received direction re report cards. Four more weeks to go. You’ve got this! Never forget the difference you make. Have an amazing weekend.
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale TCDSB Ward 9 Jun 1
TCDSB info for picking up belongings from school. For high schools students will pickup their items from their locker w staff present. For elementary, staff will bag & label student possessions for pickup. Principals will start emailing parents next week.
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Paolo De Buono, 🌈 MSc, JD, OCT May 26
BREAKING CATHOLIC NEWS: The Waterloo Catholic District School Board is recognizing June 2020 as Pride Month in all of its schools, because it has prioritized equity, inclusion & belonging" in its official Strategic, Pastoral & Well-Being plans.
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