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Michael Coteau Feb 28
This paper on education is the final component to complete my leadership platform--a road map for Ontario Liberals to earn back the trust of Ontarians & provide the best possible choice for voters in the 2022 provincial election: .
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Aamir Khan, M.ADS, BCBA Dec 4
Replying to @Sflecce
Can’t walk away from students if you were never there for them in the first place right?
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Society of United Professionals Dec 4
Proud to stand with members today and every day.
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Michael Coteau Feb 28
Replying to @coteau
Of all the policy areas I’ve addressed in my leadership platform, education is the one I take most personally. For who, what and where I am today, I owe so much to Ontario’s education system and the people who are part of it.
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Jennie Boutilier Feb 6
with 83,000 educators in who are standing up for ✊ It’s not about the 💵 it’s about and standing up for THEM!
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Elise Davis 🇨🇦 Mar 4
The current class size average funding for high schools has prevented many students from getting electives they need or want. Small classes where needed for spec Ed, science, tech can no longer happen. Return class-size average to 1:22. 2/2.
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Julie Montes Mar 31
Support for Virtual Learning available by logging into your board's VLE at *****.elearningontario.ca (replace the *'s with your board acronym). Log in with your credentials and access the the resource in the 'My Courses in Other Boards' widget
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NEWSTALK1010 Mar 3
OECTA, OSSTF react to Lecce "amateur-hour" news conference on class sizes, e-learning
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GardenGuy Mar 10
Oh, you mean this tweet?? 😂 Another example of the CON game being played.
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Elementary Educators Mar 1
Are you wondering why ETFO supports a fair and transparent hiring, known as Regulation 274? Here is a handy backgrounder from to understand why a fair hiring practices supports all
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Heather Graham Feb 28
I have spent thousands of my own money into my classroom over the years. I believe my students are worth that and more. Pictured is some of my classroom library (every book was purchased by me personally).
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Ricardo Tranjan 22 Nov 19
The government is using a poorly designed public engagement process as carte blanche from parents. I drew on my academic research to lay bare the flaws in the process; included a map of survey responses by postal code
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Sam Shinde Mar 4
Another morning on the picket line with my colleagues, before heading into school. In case and are wondering, the amount of waves, thumbs up, honks, and comments of support are only becoming more frequent...not less.
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TeamCoteau Nov 29
"MPP Michael Coteau...announced the endorsement of former minister Joe Cordiano and took aim at education as the Ford government is mired in tense contract talks with teacher unions."
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Adam Turnbull Jul 30
This is not tool-based. This is K-12 Hybrid Learning Environment PD by an incredible team of educators and instructional designers. I’m here to promote this to our Canadian educators. Connect for cohort rates.
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MrKevinBarnes Apr 16
Heart warming to see the lengths our staff are going to connect with students. Our SCPP teacher created a backdrop in a spare bedroom to help connect with our students during teaching sessions.
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Alex Johnstone Nov 17
Thanks for keeping parents, school boards & School Trustees up-to-date with emerging information about . It’s challenging for school boards to receive such critical info via Twitter & media scrums. We appreciate the questions you & other reporters ask.
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Biff'sBathroomBreaks Jul 30
Replying to @CityCynthia
Ummm... no smaller classes, no staggered drops offs, no physical distancing in the classroom...? Has our government read the reports about kids 10yrs and older *or* spoken with actual epidemiologists?!
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Elementary Educators Dec 5
TAKE ACTION TODAY! Teachers send an urgent message to the before this Friday, Dec 6 Council Mtg. The OCT wants you to pay more for less. Tell the OCT its proposed $20 annual fee increase for , from $150 to $170, is unacceptable! Help 🛑 this
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Szilvi RJ Aug 2
RT: Please consider signing & sharing this petition. Thank you. Ontario Demands Better: Reduce Class Sizes to Keep Schools and Communities Safe - Sign the Petition! via
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