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OSSTF Communications Jun 14
Macleans magazine on the effect of cuts to education-
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OSSTF Communications 7h
"Forcing online learning in this time is flat out discriminatory" says OSSTF/FEESO President referencing the report, The Economic Case for Investment in Education.
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Erika Shaker Jun 17
“She came home in tears, absolutely devastated. The fact that my daughter is in Grade 11 and her music career in high school has ended is really unfortunate.”
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Elementary Educators Jun 15
Full-day Kindergarten, with two educators, has made an incredible difference to early learning. It’s quite shocking that the Ontario PC Govt is seeking to change it.
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Andrew Campbell 16h
70 full-time positions cut after Windsor's public school board passes latest budget
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Scott O'Donohue Jun 18
Cutting teachers no way to modernize education system, says People for Education via
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West End Parents for Public Ed Jun 18
Hi again . We got word that you last-minute cancelled a planned a visit to Carleton Village today. That’s too bad b/c we were ready to chat! Let us know a better time for you to answer to your cuts & May 31st deadline 🦗🦗Cc: ,
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Jun 18
I’ll just leave this here.
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Marit Stiles 10h
Ford’s cuts to classrooms will mean fewer options/support for students. Do we really want to live in a province where the only kids who can learn music, or get extra support when they struggle, are those whose parents can afford it?
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Elementary Educators Jun 12
Let’s break this down. Toronto Catholic DSB trustees just passed a motion charging teachers $10 day for parking. That’s about a $1,900/yr cut in pay for educators as boards are forced to make up for provincial funding cuts. What’s next?
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Dr. Alison Inglis Jun 18
Difficult times in education. Very concerned that load on teachers & impact on students grows while govt guts funding for support services (inside & outside schools). Risks to emotional & physical health, achievement. Need to invest.
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OSSTFD7TBU Jun 17
Local students heartbroken after high school cuts music program in
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Lisa Gretzky 4h
The GECDSB is the latest casualty in a string of Ontario school boards hit hard by the Ford government’s cuts to education - cuts that will result in 70 full-time jobs lost in Windsor-Essex. Children deserve more support and opportunity in school, not less.
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OSTA-AECO 7h
“Each dollar of public education spending generates $1.30 in total economic impacts to Ontario.” Thank you to the Conference Board of Canada for conducting this study on The Economic Case for Investing in Education; OSTA-AECO was proud to be in attendance.
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Hilary Wollis Jun 18
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(((Leslie Wolfe))) 8h
Chief Economist of says “Each additional high school graduate saves. on avg $2,767/yr on social@assistance, health care, & criminal@justice while each non-completer costs an avg $3,128/yr.”
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Marit Stiles Jun 17
Replying to @maritstiles
(Important Point here: it’s not only teachers that support students... the loss of caring adults in many different roles in our schools is a critical issue for student success in education)
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Arthur Dube 16m
Kindergarten Teacher Talks Quitting Job in Controversial Post: My Mental 'Health Was in J... With , are we in danger of seeing the same thing here in ? Fighting is a fight for children, educators & classroom conditions
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Andrew Campbell Jun 13
When explaining why TCDSB is charging teachers for parking says they have to choose between teachers and students. But another option would have been to speak out and work with other boards and teacher orgs in fighting against the cuts. How about that?
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Veronica Tuzi-Duarte Jun 17
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OSSTF Communications 8h
The report is proof that provincial cuts to public education are not consistent with good fiscal policy: “Each dollar of public education spending generates $1.30 in total economic impacts to Ontario.”
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