Ontario’s public elementary schools will add 401 specialist teachers to help the province’s youngest learners advance in their reading skills, according to a tentative agreement negotiated between the government, school boards and a teachers’ union.
Provincial data shows that Black or racialized students graduate less often and don’t achieve the same educational outcomes as white students. Why Black Students Need Education Coaches | TVO Today
Emmanuel Adewale was one of 12 finalists in Speaker’s Idol, an annual Canada-wide public speaking competition. Guelph Grade 7 student makes it to the final of national public speaking contest | CTV News
On average, OSBCU workers earn $39,000 per year, union says Ontario education workers need ‘real wages,’ union says ahead of bargaining | CBC News
‘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)
All schools in the Niagara Catholic District School Board (NCDSB) were placed under a hold-and-secure order for most of the day on Monday following an undisclosed threat, but things are expected to be back to…