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Jodi  ☘️ Jun 23
I saw children in my neighbourhood drawing on the sidewalk with chalk. Can you send them a bill for the clean-up, please? They must be protesting all the education cuts.
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Jodi  ☘️ 24h
Replying to @maritstiles
I am cautiously optimistic, Marit. The head of the snake may have been cut off, but the body that leads it hasn't changed.
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Teachers Unite Jun 19
Each additional high school graduate saves the Ontario government (on average) $2,767  each year on social assistance, health care, and criminal justice, while each additional high school non‑completer costs the province $3,128 each year.
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Johnny Smith Jun 21
Wonderful news the new Minister of Education is an entitled private school graduate joining his home schooled parliamentary assistant . Premier is an Entitled Private School Boy himself.
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Teachers Unite Jun 19
An interesting read! Perhaps should read it.
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Johnny Smith Jun 24
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Johnny Smith Jun 20
Prime Minister . We the Teachers of R proud of U. wants to destroy the planet; would destroy the economy. With the & declaring a youre fighting for both.
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Teachers Unite Jun 19
"Each dollar of public education spending generates $1.30 in total economic impacts to Ontario. At the same time, the inverse holds true for each dollar taken from public  education."
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Lisa Mastrobuono Jun 20
If thinks it’s a good idea for Ontario landlords to increase rents by 2.2% to make up for the cost of inflation, why does the same principle not apply for Ontario workers bargaining collective agreements?
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OSSTFD7TBU Jun 21
Every Friday, we wear ! Proudly defending public in .
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Susan Rab Jun 22
Each of us is doing our part to fight Ford cuts. Someone chose a plane. "Ford Fest", free food from , attracted fewer people than health care or education rallies at Queen's Park. The People don't like Ford!
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Teachers Unite Jun 19
A wait list for a prerequisite like grade 10 math?! Welcome to Doug Ford's modern school system.
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Teachers Unite Jun 19
Public education can generate social benefits, such as a healthier population, a higher standard of living, and a reduction in crime. That lessens demand for Ontario’s social assistance, public health care, and criminal justice services.
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Jerry DeQuetteville Jun 21
I am feeling a bit summery with my outfit today. Have an amazing Friday everyone.
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Teachers Unite Jun 18
Ultimately, Doug Ford's legacy will include a significant reduction in the number of high school graduates. How is that modernization?
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Jennifer Pouw Jun 21
Happy Friday ! Let’s start this partnership off in the right way...show us your today. It would be a great symbol of your willingness to work with all stakeholders to ensure our Ss have the world-class Education system they deserve.
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Teachers Unite Jun 20
School violence is rampant and there's no end in sight.
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Teachers Unite Jun 19
If high school graduation rates fall to 82.6 per cent, Ontario will spend an additional $18.0  million every year. Over a 20‑year period, that  could amount to total fiscal costs of $3.8  billion.
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Johnny Smith Jun 21
appoints his girlfriend as Cabinet minister. Who says Monkey bossiness doesn't belong in cabinet?
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Johnny Smith Jun 16
Happy to the Number 1 Father in , Prime Minister or as he is known to his kids, DAD!
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