The provincial government has ended public hearings on an education bill it says will improve student learning. Mixed opinions about education bill – KenoraOnline: Kenora, Ontario’s latest news, sports, weather, community events.
The union representing Ontario’s public elementary school teachers “strongly denounces” Doug Ford’s vow to revert to the 1998 sex-ed curriculum, calling the move “irresponsible” and saying it will “vigorously defend” any teacher who sticks with…
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‘Much of what was announced is already taking place in Simcoe County,’ says Simcoe County public board chair ‘Devil in the details,’ of new education bill: school board – Collingwood News (collingwoodtoday.ca)
Parent Stacy Loos fears what will happen in Ontario if education workers go on strike. Ontario education workers debate strike action, call for higher wages | CTV News
The province is also bringing back a focus on phonics starting in Kindergarten to help boost reading skills. Cursive writing will return to Ontario schools this fall | The Star