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Muna Kadri Sep 7
We don’t say this enough: “The only reason we have class caps is because unions negotiated them.” The only reason there aren’t 40 kids in my son’s SK class is because negotiated a cap. Parents are partners at the bargaining table
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Muna Kadri Sep 11
Oh where, oh where has Doug Ford gone? Oh where oh where could he be?
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District 18 Secondary Teachers Sep 10
Out of 6087 student responses to survey, 95% did not support mandatory eLearning.
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Teachers Unite Sep 11
Given the nearly 7 fold increase in violence in ON classrooms, is now really the time to cut education investment?
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Beyhan Farhadi Sep 12
A colleague told me that the number of students in their classroom makes it difficult to breathe. No windows. Cramped seating. This government is literally sucking the air out of our education system.
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OSSTFD7TBU Sep 13
Every Friday, we wear ! Proudly defending public in .
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Andrew Campbell Sep 7
Remember that all the things educators said would happen due to education funding cuts, and the gov’t said wouldn’t, have, in fact, happened. Teacher job loss, fewer courses in high school and large classes are all now part of Thread 🔽🔽🔽
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Harvey Bischof Sep 6
The members of stand in with in negotiating a fair deal for the 55,000 support staff they represent working in publicly funded education in Ontario.
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Brad Fisher🇨🇦🇬🇧🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Sep 12
My daughter’s Grade 12 French Immersion and Mathematics classes have 37 students crowded into classes not designed for those numbers. robbing the future for corporate taxcuts and handouts.
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OSSTF Communications 22h
Provincial Standing Committees showed their support for this weekend - Protective Services, Communications & Political Action, Educational Services, Health & Safety/Workplace Safety & Insurance Act, Comité des services en langue française.
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District 16 OSSTF Sep 9
Fact: 94% of the students surveyed do not want e-learning. Are you listening & to the voices of our students?
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Shannon Brooks Sep 12
Fixed it: New study shows an increase in REPORTING of violent incidents in Ontario elementary schools. There is no way to measure the countless incidents that were shrugged off as "they didn't mean it".
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Dr Carol Campbell Sep 8
What a totally ridiculous Op Ed from former Minister of Ed. In Snobelen’s words: “Sending children to Ontario’s education system borders on child abuse...” Wonder when he was last in an school?
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Teachers Unite Sep 10
So having students sit on the floor and in window sills is Stephen Lecce's idea of flexible seating?! Or is this Doug Ford's idea of building resiliency?!
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Andrew Donihee Sep 8
I just barfed in my mouth a little bit after reading this piece. Another piece to undermine workers during bargaining.
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Muna Kadri 18h
We’re tailgating for public education in ’s riding & everyone is telling us that they are against ’s destructive cuts to our schools. Anyone can organize a community event, let’s work together to stop the cuts.
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Harvey Bischof Sep 9
What is hiding? Denying the public access to this information is troubling. It’s time for to of the class size consultations.
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OSSTF Communications 9m
OSSTF/FEESO President, , stood proudly along side the workers from Nemak in Windsor. We cannot stand idly by while employers unilaterally break contracts and disregard the rights of workers.
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Nanci Henderson 14h
Our Provincial Communications & Political Action Committee for 2019-20. We are listening to our members & community members. Feel free to reach out to me or any of our committee members with your ideas or BU needs! We are hear to serve you!
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OSSTFD20TEACHERS 16h
Great first Provincial CPAC meeting of the 2019/20 school year
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