Some 55,000 school staff will be taking a strike vote through Oct. 2, with results expected to be available Oct. 3.
Breaks for taxpayers weaken Ontario’s finances and its ability to invest in public institutions that make life more affordable and society fairer. Well-funded public schools are more important than election giveaways (irpp.org)
School boards have seen a slight uptick in retirements, but unlike in the past when a teacher might work beyond their eligible date, some are calling it quits as soon as they can. Are GTA…
OECTA News Release — Friday, November 29, 2019 [pdf-embedder url=”https://waterloocatholicteachers.ca/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/NR_2019-015.pdf”]
The unions representing teachers in Waterloo region warn something must be done as COVID-19 cases continue to climb and teacher absences rise to an all-time high. Teachers unions push for return of mask mandates as…