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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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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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Teachers Unite Sep 11
Given the nearly 7 fold increase in violence in ON classrooms, is now really the time to cut education investment?
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ETT Sep 11
"'s goal is to reach an agreement at the central bargaining table without having to take job action. It is committed to continuing negotiations until a fair and reasonable collective agreement can be reached for public elementary educators."
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Sam Hammond Sep 13
Just wow! With all of the critical issues facing publicly funded public education, students, and educators in this province, does the Minister of Ed really need an update on the 400 expansion? Asking on behalf of 83,000 members.
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Dale Sep 11
Premier and Minister My child is in a class with 38 students. I have NEVER heard the words that "my teacher didn't have time for me" come out of her mouth until this year. A teacher can only do so much. Your cuts hurt kids.
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Lindsay Sutherland 6m
Who is being quoted here? Surely not a Conservative. Looks like & need to invite one of the many Brampton members to speak some truth to the community.
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MelETFO Sep 12
Forgot to wear my "Cuts hurt kids" button at open house. But when parents asked how many kids I have (19), I made sure to mention the next grade up has 28 per class, in the same size room. Hope they join the fight.
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Elementary Educators Sep 12
Looking for ways to insert an awareness of Indigenous presence and land rights into your classroom? Reading and discussing land acknowledgements are a great way to start. To make it easy has this beautiful poster, order yours today!
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Dr Carol Campbell Sep 8
What a totally ridiculous Op Ed from former Minister of Ed. In Snobelen’s words: “Sending children to Ontario’s education system borders on child abuse...” Wonder when he was last in an school?
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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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Elementary Educators Sep 6
Together education unions and are standing up for students and public education. Solidarity and united action is our collective strength.
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Sam Hammond Sep 10
Opinion | Peterborough letter: Minister of Education misleads public as new school year begins
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Shannon Brooks Sep 12
Fixed it: New study shows an increase in REPORTING of violent incidents in Ontario elementary schools. There is no way to measure the countless incidents that were shrugged off as "they didn't mean it".
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Mario Spagnuolo Sep 13
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