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Sam Hammond Aug 6
For this has never been about politics. Not for one second!It has always been, and will continue to be, about the health & safety of our 83,000 members, every student, and every school board employee in this province! It’s about a !
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Felipe Pareja Aug 7
THIS MORNING: “I will do whatever it takes to keep staff & students safe”, except the bits that might cost more money than I’m prepared to spend, for political reasons.
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Rebecca Channer Aug 5
Had no idea this was a thing, but it's awesome. Tools for assessment by division. Includes occasional teaching, too!
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Michaela Kargus Aug 7
This winter teachers went on strike to reduce class sizes. Parents agreed with us. They remained the same. Now there is a GLOBAL PANDEMIC and we still can’t get and admit that we need smaller class sizes 🤷‍♀️. This is essential!
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Elementary Educators Aug 5
We have heard the government's plan for reopening schools and it falls short. But, it's not too late to fix things. Here is what says is needed. Join us. Take action to stop
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OSBCU-CSCSO Aug 7
If all $10 million allocated to spec Ed is used for staffing (which is not indicated in the govt docs) it is approx 2.5 EAs per board! Do not give us a drop of water and pretend it’s an ocean!
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Felipe Pareja Aug 7
.: “We’ve put more $ towards hiring of new Ts than any other province...certainly more than any of the other *major* provinces.” Tell me, Minister: which are the “major” & which are the minor provinces? I’m sure they’d love to know, too. 🤔
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Elementary Educators Aug 4
The government's plan for reopening schools in Sept falls short of what's needed to keep students & educators safe. We need smaller classes, masks for all students & enough supports to keep everyone healthy & learning. Take action at
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Sam Hammond Aug 3
So proud to join the March for Black Students this afternoon with local leaders and members!  
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Muna Kadri Aug 5
He’s right, he’s not holding back a penny, he’s holding back $3 billion.
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Sam Hammond Aug 4
I’m asking all members, parents, everyone, to email your school trustees to demand better safety protocols and lower class sizes for a . It’s important for our kids that we all speak up:
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Erin Blair Aug 7
Kudos to the press for asking pertinent questions of Ford/Lecce at the press conference that just finished. Neither Ford/Lecce could justify the unjustifiable I.e., disregarding the medical advice and not ensuring smaller classes
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Deanna McLennan Ph.D 14h
Bravo ! Thank you for sharing so clearly how dangerous the current plan is. Our children, school staff and communities deserve so much more!
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Elementary Educators Aug 1
Today is . Act for change as you prep for 2020-21 by making the 365 Black Canadian Curriculum a part of your program: ; and be sure to access our White Privilege resource & lesson plans:
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Mark Brown Aug 8
I think that now is the time for our valued Ontario educators, who truly care about the children, to take the 33% pay cut necessary to reduce class sizes by 33%. . Lead by example; a chance to regain public respect!
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Jerry DeQuetteville Aug 1
Page 5 of today’s Toronto Star - a message to from the four teacher and education worker affiliates - put safety first!
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Felipe Pareja 14h
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Heather Aggus 11h
Thank you to Sam Hammond for laying it out. This is the truth. As a parent, saying that I am apprehensive is an understatement. .
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Valerie Dugale Aug 7
Ford,Lecce misleading public that issue of elementary class size has been addressed. They've ignored Sick Kids recommendation for smaller class sizes. $30M funding will only maintain class size averages at 24.5 students
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Lindsay Sutherland Aug 7
This week we lost a beautiful soul in the community. There are no words. 💔
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