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Mary Fowler Mar 11
These are members who support students and staff, and who run direct programming. This will significantly hit in class and outdoor education for our students. Shame on
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AMETFO Mar 9
This is what looks like! telling and that they expect !
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District 16 OSSTF Mar 5
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Joel Rubinoff Apr 20
‘Home-schooling, like a balloon flying high with such hope, has deflated’ -- Why teachers and parents are NOT interchangeable @OSSTF@EFTOeducators
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OSBCU-CSCSO Mar 5
OSBCU President Laura Walton criticizes the bad math & unanswered qu'ns around new "Supports for Students Fund"
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Cheri DiNovo Mar 5
Just to be clear, the Ford gov has given nothing, just said they're not taking as much away. Thank you and for telling them it's
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Harvey Bischof Mar 11
The Ford government's "offer" from a press conference podium will still result in many cuts to programs & fewer supports for students. E-Learning - still mandatory, unless parents go through an opt-out process for their children.
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Liam #ThankYouFrontliners Jul 29
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TYR Labour Council Mar 6
At Chinese-language press conference on the cuts to education taking place now. We are so proud of the York Region and teachers who are speaking out.
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Toronto Teachers Mar 8
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Saman Tabasinejad🌹 Mar 8
Listening to the powerful fight for education - and correctly diagnoses the Ford Government as a misogynist. If a government's cuts are focused on education workers, nurses, and midwives then you are a misogynist.
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Harvey Bischof Mar 9
Thanks to all parents, students and community members in Ottawa, and all across the province, for your continued support of teachers, education workers and publicly funded education in Ontario.
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OSSTF Peel TBU Mar 5
Solidarity with our friends in districts across Ontario, including , and to and as they strike to protect and defend publicly funded education today!
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Geoff Ruggero Mar 5
Standing up for our students before the school day begins!
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Toronto Teachers Mar 12
This is actually a comment made by President about the impact of 23:1 at this afternoon's Budget Committee meeting (not a memo to us).
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MrsLyonsLibrary Mar 1
Talking to my oldest last night at bedtime and she’s worried that if class sizes get bigger her teacher won’t have time to help her deal with her anxiety if it flares up at school. Hoping does the right thing for the children in her riding.
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Zakiyah Ansari Apr 2
Budget negotiations are still going on. Call your state legislator today and tell them VOTE NO on this budget. It is immoral and will harm our communities.
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Dale Mar 12
You've got to be kidding me. You're potentially imposing E-Learning through this 3 week break and a private company is delivering it? You always manage to make a good move into a bad move .
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Leslie Wolfe Mar 5
I’ve got a better idea . YOU pack YOUR bags and get your CUTS out of the classroom. That’s what Ontario’s parents want.
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Mike J. Mar 11
This tweet can't be shared enough! Our system is not "broken". Ford is creating a crisis because he wants to save money to finance a tax cuts. That's all this is about.
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