The members of two of the four Ontario teacher unions that represent some 200,000 educators in Canada’s most populace province voted overwhelmingly to strike last month.
It turns out, we started allowing this kind of support to slip even before the pandemic, writes Mike Farwell A chance to dance: When it comes to prom, Waterloo Region Catholic schools should be doing…
While board commits to change, advocates call for change in leadership Black advocates disappointed by Waterloo Catholic board’s discussion of police call about Black student | CBC News
The move follows that of public high school teachers, who have also signed on to a four-year deal. Ontario and elementary teachers reach tentative deal, averting strikes in public schools (thestar.com)
Mississauga teacher Daphne McMenemy won the Prime Minister’s award for Technology at the service of creativity this year. Mississauga teacher wins Prime Minister award for creative use of robots in the classroom | insauga
HCDSB is inviting all Black students in grades 7-12 and their families to participate in two town hall events next month Halton Catholic school board to run equity audit – Burlington News (burlingtontoday.com)