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Toronto Teachers Jun 20
Upper Canada District School Board dealt a devastating blow to all students in Upper Canada. Trustees cut ALL Child and Youth Worker and Behaviourist (SSP) positions - decimating the Para-Professionals work group by 53%. See media release attached.
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Andrew Campbell Jun 23
Early in Lisa Thompson's tenure as Minister of Education someone suggested that her incompetence was by design. That she was a set-up, much like Broten, to come in and shake up and cut the system, only to be replaced by someone who looks great in comparison. Possible?
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Cheryl Fullerton Jun 24
‘It breaks you’: Teacher goes viral with post about why she quit her job. Confirmation that you can't do more with less. Teachers understand this - why doesn't the government?
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Toronto Teachers Jun 24
This is exactly where the education cuts are taking us, no matter who the Minister: ‘It breaks you’: Teacher goes viral with post about why she quit her job -
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Julie Boulton Jun 20
Student: Miss, what if I don't have an IEP and I need an extra 20 minutes on the exam? Me: That's fine, no problem. Students: What? Really? Me: Your exam is supposed to assess your mastery of course content not how many words you can write per minute.
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Dr Carol Campbell 9h
Everyone's school costs going up under Ford, just not rich kids’: report
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Ms. Kimiko Shibata 🇨🇦 Jun 18
I’ll just leave this here.
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Cheryl Fullerton 8h
Why Doug Ford believes himself blameless — a premier besieged by enemies. points out why the buck really stops where it does with every gov’t. - at the top. Even if Ford chooses not to accept that reality.
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Catholic Teachers Jun 24
Dr. Susan Rodger from the faculty of education at Western University says burnout and “compassion fatigue” is common among teachers. Teachers are expected to do more with less, she says, and it’s hurting them.
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Muna Kadri Jun 20
So the Minister of Education went to private school and his assistant was home schooled. That makes total sense.
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Marit Stiles Jun 25
In his new role, Stephen Lecce has an opportunity to chart a new course for public education – one that invests in our children’s future instead of asking them to settle for less. Read my letter to Ontario's new Education Minister:
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Sue Gowans Jun 21
Replying to @Sflecce
Glad you want Ss to have the mental health supports they need. You realize this means you must REVERSE EDU CUTS as bds had to cut child youth workers, behav support staff, social workers and psychology staff to balance their budgets.
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Dr Carol Campbell Jun 20
Premier Ford Announces Changes to His Cabinet Congratulations to ⁦⁩ on appointment as Minister of Education. Please start by genuinely listening to, & collaborating with, the people & orgs involved in our education system.
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West End Parents for Public Ed Jun 18
Hi again . We got word that you last-minute cancelled a planned a visit to Carleton Village today. That’s too bad b/c we were ready to chat! Let us know a better time for you to answer to your cuts & May 31st deadline 🦗🦗Cc: ,
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OSSTFD7TBU Jun 17
Local students heartbroken after high school cuts music program in
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Andrew Campbell Jun 23
FWIW I'm assuming that the new minister is a Catholic based on being a grad from St Mikes? Anyone confirm? If so, first Catholic minister of ed since Leona Dombrowsky (2011) and first male since Gerard Kennedy (2003). Wonder if that affects things in any way.
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The Empire Club Jun 19
The first of its kind, the report helps to quantify the economic and social impacts of investments in public education in Ontario. Chief Economist, Pedro Antunes & of help to shed some light on the subject.
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OTIP RAEO 18h
members: If you have an overage child listed on your benefits plan who is returning to school in September and is eligible for coverage, don’t forget to log in to our secure member site by August 31 to maintain their coverage. Learn more:
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Jaime Santana BCBA 9h
"Tired of the...negativity that seems... To contaminate the truth & direct focus away from...things our govt is doing to clean up the mess Liberals made of finances." So we should be happy that got slashed? Or that autism families in Ont r entering a crisis again?
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Deanna Williams 🇨🇦 5h
What's on your summer reading list ? I'm going to navigate away from books for a change and instead I'm going to read 's book Dare to Lead first!
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OTIP RAEO 20h
members: If benefits coverage under your current plan is ending with the end of this school year, you will have a limited time to submit outstanding benefits claims. For more information visit
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