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Kent Pearce 17h
Live right now on CP24 said, in high schools, “let’s make some room for the younger teaches to come up” How can this be achieved when courses are being cut and teachers losing jobs?
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Tracey Marshall 27m
How do you attract toung teachers to the profession? playbook says "cut jobs, disparage teachers". Um...yeah...that will probably work. Said no one ever. Oh wait. Mike Harris said that too! Fewer people went into teaching than ever before.
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Corinne Morris 1h
Replying to @LisaThompsonMPP
If you wanted to protect these services you would have consulted with stakeholders and listened instead of making reckless cuts without understanding the impact.
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Aaron Liscum 9h
"...Ontario defaulting on its debt is his new default strategy, a made-up fiscal crisis to rationalize the painful cuts he vowed to avoid."
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porterko 9h
The role of the government is to govern and take care of citizens. It’s not to help corporations or meddle in finance. Stop the callous cuts to education. Our children deserve better.
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Gus Harkin May 17
Did they talk about the fact that the Ford government is gutting education, reducing the number of courses available, making it impossible for Science and Technology courses to run in high schools? Think that’s good for Ontario’s future?
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Corinne Morris 1h
You know what is bad for mental health? A government who destroys social services like education, health care, and other supports that help people!
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Amy Massalin 22h
I hope that while you visit our city you are able to grasp a solid understanding of what our schools need to set our students up for success. Our boards face complex issues that are quite unique to our region.
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MmeSmiley 13h
Ts in Halton supporting D20 and standing up for quality public education
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Cindy3 10h
came to tell u & but ur office closed, ur constituents showed support
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Hayssam Hulays 19h
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Paula Murray May 20
Sad news about the cosmetology class space at KSS.
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porterko May 20
No one voted for their children to have fewer opportunities in school, larger class sizes, fewer guidance councillors or special ed supports. Your government is spending more than the Liberals, it’s just not on children or what matters to us.
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OSSTF Communications 21h
“The staffing reduction has not only impacted course selection, but will also result in fewer supports for students who need them.” - Toronto District School Board
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KylieJane May 17
Replying to @SkellyHamilton
It doesn't make sense; surely you can see this! Are you actually representing the interests of your constituents? There will be less teachers in schools, and fewer courses. This is not ok!
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porterko 14h
Your government seems to not understand our priorities- cuts should not come at the expense of our children
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Jen May 17
Canada ranks #5 in the world for teaching skills for the future, yet repeatedly states that they’re “modernizing”education with all of these cuts. Looks like we were already on the right track, & that these cuts will likely have the opposite effect.
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Jeffrey A White 13h
Yes 👏🏽 it’s okay , turn it around.
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Amber Labelle May 14
I don’t want to have to wear this button, and I want my MPP to support our schools with a budget that restores services, jobs, and classes. Thanks to for your advocacy work on behalf of the teachers that give our kids so much.
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Karlynn Charette May 18
This makes me incredibly sad to see my former high school posting about enrolment numbers for next year. It is putting the music program at risk. Music education has changed my life and I would hate to see it be cut SJCHS.
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