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Stephanie Donaldson 5h
I haven’t seen one photo of the Premier in any one of our publicly-funded elementary or secondary schools in Ontario....yet here he is cutting a ribbon to open a private American University in the Minister of Education’s riding. Their priorities are upside down.
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Albert Fong👔 6h
This is an AMERICAN PRIVATELY OWNED university. What. Is. Happening.
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Kate Power Sep 9
Pic taken at 8:10PM at a school in Burlington. A teacher, in her portable hours after the end of school. Carefully, diligently hanging student’s art. Please remind me, and , how all educators are only in this profession for the sweet summer vacay? 😡🙄
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Marit Stiles Sep 14
The whole thing is hogwash 🐖 They use an inflated deficit to justify cuts to education + programs that support kids & the most at-risk/vulnerable Ontarians. And dole out contracts & tax cuts to their 💰wealthy donor friends
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Trustee Norm Di Pasquale, TCDSB Ward 9 11h
Manadatory elearning is a terrible idea that should immediately be put out to pasture!
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Muna Kadri Sep 11
Oh where, oh where has Doug Ford gone? Oh where oh where could he be?
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Toronto Catholic District School Board Sep 13
Week 2 ✅ Congrats to students and staff, you made it through the second week of classes!
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Luke McPherson 17h
If, as an Ontarian who cares about education, you find this sort of ad frustrating, as it is essentially partisan propaganda, rather than factual information from our Ed ministry, remember than you can report it as an unlabeled political ad.
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Brad Fisher🇨🇦🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sep 12
My daughter’s Grade 12 French Immersion and Mathematics classes have 37 students crowded into classes not designed for those numbers. robbing the future for corporate taxcuts and handouts.
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Mike Crawley Sep 11
“Some classes have reached as high as 40 or more students,” says a high school principal.
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Muna Kadri Sep 7
We don’t say this enough: “The only reason we have class caps is because unions negotiated them.” The only reason there aren’t 40 kids in my son’s SK class is because negotiated a cap. Parents are partners at the bargaining table
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Marit Stiles Sep 11
Just heard from another parent whose Grade 12 couldn’t get more than ONE Gr 12 credit course at her high school. Parents have pulled her out and put her in private school. Is this what wants? Bolstering private schools? Two-tiered education?
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Andrea Horwath Sep 11
Every day we are hearing disturbing stories about the grave impact of Doug Ford's classroom cuts on our students and their education. We need to create opportunities for our young people, not put up barriers.
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Mike Schreiner Sep 12
I stand with educators who are defending public education from cuts that hurt kids. I respect their rights to collective bargaining and urge good faith negotiations from all sides to keep teachers and students in the classroom.
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Sam Hammond 5h
That would be correct, it’s that private US based university Niagara University faculty and staff prepare students for personal and professional success as teachers and educational leaders, guided by our Vincentian mission and values.
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Marit Stiles 4h
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Marit Stiles Sep 14
Nail meet head. ⁦⁩ editorial cartoon lays it all out there.... is this the “resiliency” you were talking about govt?
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Wendy Goodes Sep 13
Lending support to my comrades in a world class education system!
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ETFO Durham Local Sep 13
We had a great Stewards' Training today, preparing for bargaining with this government. We are ready, and our members are ready, to stand strong for publicly funded 0ublic education!
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Federico Carvajal Sep 13
Replying to @CBCQueensPark
Despite corporate profits growing by 9.6% last year Ford chose to give corporation $1.4 billion in coporate tax cuts in budget 2019. It's clear who "the people" he is governing for are
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