The 55,000 Ontario education workers who walked off the job for two days at the start of November will be paid in full for the days they missed and not face any disciplinary action, government and union officials have confirmed.
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)
Educational support workers from the Peel District School Board and Dufferin-Peel Catholic District School Board, gathered outside Mississauga-Erin Mills MPP Sheref Sabawy’s constituency office on Friday (April 12) to protest Premier Doug Ford’s proposed cuts…
Transgender students using washrooms debated despite not being on the agenda Hundreds gather at school board meeting, parents speak out about policies for transgender students | CBC News
Two school boards have come under fire for banning uniformed police at career day talks. Doug Ford scolds school board for banning uniformed police | The Star
The DCDSB’s new anti-racism policy will be reviewed at a special board meeting on Sept. 21 Durham Catholic’s controversial anti-racism policy is back up for debate (durhamregion.com)
Seana Schonfeldt-Taylor is getting a jumpstart on her teaching career before she’s even finished her bachelor of education program. The undergraduate at Laurentian University is in her final year of a concurrent education degree that…