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Muna Kadri Jul 30
The only limits on class sizes in elementary schools during a pandemic are the ones education workers went on strike for this year. Think about that.
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Rose Room 208 Aug 6
The first day of is coming up in a few weeks. Help your child get ready by teaching them these skills that will help keep them safe and healthy. Children love being independent. Give them a chance to practice these skills and watch them shine!
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Elementary Teachers of Toronto Aug 7
Trustees voted last night to lower class sizes in its reopening plan. 15 in Kindergarten to Grade 3. 20 in Grade 4-8. Now it’s time for the Ontario Govt to step up & provide the funding we need for a . (H/T )
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Leslie Wolfe Aug 6
has voted to include reduced elementary class size in their school reopening plan. Let and wear the decision if they refuse to follow the advice of &
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Jennifer Story Aug 6
The province has failed to make the necessary covid back to-school investments. In response to this & to the many many concerns raised in my community and beyond, Trustee and I have submitted the following:
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Muna Kadri Aug 6
Trustees outside of Toronto often say that they need to be careful about how they critique the government because of rules. But then in my community, trustees forcefully defend public education. Why the big difference?
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Elementary Teachers of Toronto Aug 5
exploring ways to keep elementary classes smaller amid growing anxiety among parents and educators; concedes it does not have the necessary funding from the province to keep classes at 15.
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Toronto Teachers 10h
Good news for a . Thanks to Trustees for heeding our call for a better plan. Next up: Fix the plan for high school reopening which currently is overly reliant on online learning, creating the dangerous inequities that go with such an approach.
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Toronto Teachers Aug 5
An open letter from OSSTF Toronto Teachers and OTBU calling on Trustees and for better plan for a
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Jeewan C Aug 1
Congratulations Superintendent Debbie Donsky! is lucky to have you!
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Shelley Laskin Aug 1
Returning to School: A Guide to the Safe Reopening of the posted; in the days & weeks ahead a more complete & comprehensive guide will be developed & shared so that everyone knows what to expect and how to prepare for back to school 1/2
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Jeewan C Jul 31
Congratulations to Carlene Jackson who'll become Ontario's Comptroller General- Deputy Minister in October! In my time working with Carlene, she always demonstrated integrity & commitment to the Ss we served CONGRATS!
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blogTO Aug 3
Toronto students return to campus for summer school
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toronto bodyworks 5h
Amazing alternatives Toronto Public have done in the past to accommodate the varying needs of students! Especially relevant during a
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VictoriaL59 Aug 3
gone to hell. & what say you⁉️🤯🤯🤯
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Jennifer Arp Aug 5
Teenager is convinced that with this schedule many of his friends will opt for on-line since they will be commuting for longer than they would actually be at school. Specialized programs are going to be hard-hit in September.
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Meredith Heron Aug 4
Sooooo are we going back full steam or are we doing the cohort thing and alternating????
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Kristin Rushowy Aug 4
Great, detailed info here for parents -- what the fall will look like for students --
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Elementary Teachers of Toronto Aug 5
Trustees are voting on the budget for our schools tomorrow, as well as the Board’s reopening plan. Send a message to your Trustee to demand a for all.
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Leslie Wolfe Aug 6
It’s time for & to revisit their school reopening plan and fund the additional staff needed at the in accordance with recommendations for a
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