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Kristin Rushowy
NEW: Education Minister Stephen Lecce says “all publicly-funded schools will remain closed until at least May 31, 2020, as part of an effort to keep students, staff and families safe from COVID-19” onted
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Thedingoatemybaby Apr 26
Replying to @krushowy @Sflecce
Again this is a false sense of hope. We all know that they school year is going to be canceled. What is the purpose of these announcements? I honestly want to know. How does this help students and parents wellbeing? Does this help the economy somehow?
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GREAT WHITE NORTH Apr 26
Why are Private Schools exempt? Why are they "special"? It's because they're NOT schools!!! They are private businesses that have benefited from impotent & successive Provincial governments that do not protect the Public from these virtually unaccountable entities.
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Kristina Clutterbuck Apr 26
Public schools are controlled by the province. Private schools are businesses and can only he closed by the emergency closure laws.
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Roberta Lamb Apr 26
Replying to @krushowy @Sflecce
This is no surprise. It will take more preparation to re-open schools safely than it did to close them & offer emergency response remote learning.
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Bernadette Dixon Apr 26
No private school closures because the powers that be must raise the next generation of privilege.Also religious groups need to raise their flocks.
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Ashley🌷 Apr 26
Replying to @krushowy @Sflecce
Thank you for the update!
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Wendy Abbott May 7
Any chance the is going to decide on what method of virtual teaching they will endorse any time soon??? Ridiculous that the union is preventing them from using Zoom if they want to!
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Ravi Balachandran Apr 26
Replying to @krushowy @Sflecce
Great! Homeschooling two kids and working full time. Might survive COVID, but the lack of rest will take me down. Hope teachers will step up the assistance they provide. Some are AWOL.
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Lyrinda Sheppard Apr 26
They are not awol in my school. They are working very hard, in conditions that are trying for them, for students, for families. Sorry you are feeling overwhelmed. It is a lot on every one's shoulders. By the way no student marks can drop after March 13. The rule is Do no harm.
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