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Martha Hradowy Jun 25
'More positions will be lost': Halton District School Board passes deficit budget in wake of Doug Ford funding changes
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Sandy Glassford Jun 23
Great turn out from members at this year's in Toronto.
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Kristin Rushowy Jun 23
Yes previously confirmed
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Mitzie Hunter Jun 19
An important point from the report that shows the benefits of investing in our students’ education. When we invest, we get a return not only with increased quality of education, but a financial return through billions of dollars in savings.
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OSSTF Communications Jun 19
"Forcing online learning in this time is flat out discriminatory" says OSSTF/FEESO President referencing the report, The Economic Case for Investment in Education.
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james campbell Jun 17
Giving out hundreds of and flyers at raptors parade. People love the hate the cuts. Go Raps Go No Cuts No
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Jenny Chen Jun 19
The choices are clear. Investment in public education system is an investment in our economy.
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OSSTF Communications Jun 19
Harvey Bischof, President commenting on the report The Economic Case for Investing in Education – “Evidence is clear, when you increase class size you decrease grad rates.”
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Kim Perry Jun 24
Dear School Board Trustee, Your sympathy is not going to save our young people and provide them with a fighting chance in our schools. Sincerely, Ontario Support Staff After budget cuts, 160 jobs slashed at Upper Canada District School Board
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Harvey Bischof Jun 24
This is beyond terrible. The has eliminated every Child & Youth Worker and Behaviourist. These specialized education workers support the most vulnerable students. & -How does this improve public education?
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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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OSSTF D4 TBU 2h
Over 50 teachers & community members gather at North Bay & Parry Sound board meetings yesterday to stand against cuts to education. Layoffs ARE impacting our schools. incredible lack of honesty/integrity was on full display. Who is he serving????
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OSSTF District 26 Jun 22
A heartfelt letter from a dedicated and compassionate Student Support Partner outlining how essential their role is to our at-risk students. PLEASE email john.mcallister@ucdsb.on.ca, Trustee Board Chair for UCDSB demanding that they reconsider this horrific decision.
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Les Robinson Jun 24
"A waiter would have to spit in your soup, and you would have to see him do it, to stiff him. Housekeepers are stiffed every day." on what she learned from her grandmother, who worked as a hotel maid for 10 years:
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Martha Hradowy Jun 21
Doug Ford's chief of staff Dean French resigns, Ontario premier's office says | CBC News
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OSSTF Communications Jun 24
Petition started by the District 26 PSSP bargaining unit. The Upper Canada District School Board voted to layoff every Student Support Partner (CYWs and Behaviourists) last week.
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Susan Rab Jun 22
Each of us is doing our part to fight Ford cuts. Someone chose a plane. "Ford Fest", free food from , attracted fewer people than health care or education rallies at Queen's Park. The People don't like Ford!
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Catherine McLeod Jun 21
I just received this unsolicited email from a private secondary school. Here’s how the government’s push for e-learning opens the door for privatization. Sorry. My son deserves real courses and a real teacher.
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Johnny Smith Jun 21
Wonderful news the new Minister of Education is an entitled private school graduate joining his home schooled parliamentary assistant . Premier is an Entitled Private School Boy himself.
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OSSTF Communications 19h
Each $1.00 of public education spending generates $1.30 in total economic impacts on our economy. Tell Ontario needs investment not "dis-investment" in public education. Visit and follow for more info.
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