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Muna Kadri 14h
Doug Ford repeatedly lied about his plans to fire thousands of workers and still hasn't even apologized. isn't fit to be premier and his best friend isn't fit to be prime minister.
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Colinda Clyne Sep 18
Educator friends, I wrote a study guide for some amazing children’s books by authors Not lessons, but rather background info to help you navigate. Some good supports for and some fav texts. Check it out
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Stephanie Donaldson Sep 15
I haven’t seen one photo of the Premier in any one of our publicly-funded elementary or secondary schools in Ontario....yet here he is cutting a ribbon to open a private American University in the Minister of Education’s riding. Their priorities are upside down.
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Kristin Rushowy Sep 16
BREAKING: CUPE education workers vote 93 per cent in favour of job action. Earliest the workers could start job action (work to rule, strike) is Sept 30. That's 3 weeks before federal election reps office staff, custodians and education assistants
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Chantal Mancini Sep 16
My son has never needed an EA. But having enough EAs in his class to work with kids who need it benefits him, too. When all students are supported, everyone wins.
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Sue Gowans Sep 18
Replying to @Sflecce
RESULTS (1) cont: 13 bds (~ 134K Ss) had staffing ratio of ≤ 22.5:1 ONLY because the staffing ratio (21 or 22:1) was in their local contract & boards honoured their contracts. 4/16
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(((Leslie Wolfe))) Sep 19
Hey , you may be able to hide from the Federal Election, but you can’t hide from this: “Ontario Premier polls at 26% approval, down 3%: Ontario's Doug Ford approval rating still sinking.” Reverse the cuts!
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Theresa Sanders Sep 18
Found another victim of your cruelty today....my daughter in wheelchair who can’t attend grade 11 English bc class is too full to allow room for her chair. What’s that gonna look like in 3 years when classes have more? 🤬
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Sue Gowans Sep 18
Replying to @Sflecce @WCDSBNewswire
RESULTS (2): And, what of the 23/40 remaining boards with ~364K Ss (69% of sample)? These Ss were in boards with a class size avg > 22.5. So, in a sample of ~ 523K Ss, ~2/3 were in board with class size avg > 22.5:1! 6/16
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Sue Gowans Sep 18
Replying to @Sflecce
RESULTS (1): 17 bds had ratio of ≤ 22.5:1 BUT ONLY 4 of these bds (~26K Ss or 5%!) had ratios this low due to MIN regulations or their own choice. 3/16
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Albert Fong👔 13h
I wonder when we'll have a gala for public education... The hypocrisy demonstrated by politicians these days is what's demoralizing to voters.
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West End Parents for Public Ed Sep 19
We looked at the Kawartha Board yesterday. Today, we highlight Toronto. Doug Ford has taken $456 from each student there. We’ve included a small slice of feedback we received. There is lots more to come. - who asked for this? Business buddies? Not us.
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Better Schools, Stronger Economy Sep 20
It is actually happening - 40 students in secondary school classrooms in Ontario!
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Sue Gowans Sep 18
Replying to @Sflecce
Collected board-wide secondary staffing ratios & projected enrolments by emailing boards or reading online board min/newspaper articles. Got data for 40 school boards that enrolled ~523K secondary Ss or ~83% of all Ont secondary Ss. 2/16
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Sue Gowans Sep 18
Replying to @Sflecce @WCDSBNewswire
Is it mathematically possible, with data from ALL 71 bds, to generate weighted avg=22.5? Yes. Is it likely? No. Why? Already have data from ~ 83% of Ss. Would take a collective, weighted avg of 19.2 from remaining bds to generate a weighted class avg size of 22.5. 9/16
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Dr Carol Campbell Sep 17
Minister of Ed tweeting “I love my job” at time when: Educators & support staff are losing their jobs; Support staff have voted on work to rule/strike; Students can’t get course selections/credits they need to pursue careers of their dreams... Seems very tone deaf
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Chris Hoffman 13h
Want the REAL scoop on high school class sizes? Have a look at this thread. And a HUGE thanks for collating this data!
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Kristin Rushowy Sep 16
Omar Salman is a Gr. 12 student in who can't get into calc, physics - which he needs to apply for engineering - because of teacher cutbacks. On waitlist and told online, night school only options.
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Marit Stiles Sep 14
The whole thing is hogwash 🐖 They use an inflated deficit to justify cuts to education + programs that support kids & the most at-risk/vulnerable Ontarians. And dole out contracts & tax cuts to their 💰wealthy donor friends
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Sue Gowans Sep 18
, , , , , , . Tagging media who have written/broadcast about education or prov class size so they will have this background info to counter spin in real time. 14/16
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