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Chantal Mancini 13h
. & are trying to deny that teacher layoffs aren’t a result of their cuts. Lies. The funding of is centralized, & don’t forget that their own memos laid out the job loss.
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Kieran Moloney 1h
Sigh, I don't think I can recall a year in memory where and weren't whining about something. Let's be clear: there are no cuts to in budget 2019, there never were any cuts, spending is increasing from 2018 levels to keep pace with inflation. Relax.
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Catholic Teachers 11h
Shouting from the rooftops isn't good for the throat, plus there are all those health and safety issues to consider – so why not make your voice heard on social media instead using our shareables pack? Get it here: .
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Michelle Evans Apr 16
This is my Facebook status right now. I do have a great gig. It’s not because of my unpaid time off in the summer or my 2 weeks at Christmas.
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Sara Vause Apr 6
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JGilbert Apr 12
Today 6 of my colleagues were told they wouldn’t have a job come September. This is your riding! Please tell me again how “no teacher will lose their job”, because I call BS. Stop lying!
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OSSTF Communications Apr 12
& published a letter to parents in local publications in 10 different languages stating our deep concerns over the plan for publicly funded education. These letters on our website. Please share.
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Lisa Mastrobuono Apr 6
Hey : Canada’s public school systems rank 6th in the WORLD in math, science, reading. The USA - land of privatization, charter schools & union busting - is 31st. The only thing Americans have to teach us is how to do education wrong.
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Teachers Unite Apr 13
Parents are complaining that their children are exhibiting PTSD due to classroom violence and TVDSB does nothing to respond. One has to wonder how education cuts will help this situation.
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Sam Hammond Apr 6
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Muna Kadri Apr 13
If financial literacy is important to Ford why hasn’t he told parents that it’s already in dozens of courses with a teacher’s guide available? Why did he also cancel the plan to focus on it in the careers course in 2018?
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Poetic Devices X Apr 10
Wearing a button is an invitation to talk: take advantage of it. I’ve already had a few productive talks on the playground. We assume parents know all the problems with but many don’t! Educate them!
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Stephen Hurley Apr 6
It might be a particular issue that brings you to today in but make no mistake, this runs much deeper. This is not just an gathering of educators. It's about the future o our public education system!
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Danielle Bentley Apr 19
Student 1: I have to do at least one mandatory online course this year to graduate, but I don’t have high speed internet. Teacher: We wish we could help. Student 2: You can use the computers at the public library? : Nope. Cut that too.
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Sean Adams Apr 6
An exciting feeling at Queen's Park for with family.
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Stephen Hurley Apr 6
Getting ready to head into Toronto to pick up some of that action at and then up to Queens Park for the Rally for Education at noon!
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OSSTF Communications Apr 8
ICYMI - This weekend shared an open letter to parents in major Ontario newspapers outlining how the plan to cut education will not improve student success. Let's invest in education, not cut it.
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District 13 OSSTF 9h
Calling all educators, parents, concerned citizens of Durham - join us at a rally starting this Friday outside our PC MPP offices. We need to keep up the pressure to let our MPPs know that these cuts are dangerous to our public education system!
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Mr. F Apr 6
Sadly, I was unable to attend the today but I DID send a letter to letting her know that and we expect + deserve better for our kids!! to see sooo many colleagues at Queen’s Park.
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Michael Bednarski Apr 16
This is what we could face in Doug Ford's Ontario: UK: Fifth of teachers plan to leave profession within two years (due to heavy, overbearing workload).
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