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Strike closes all Ontario Catholic schools and Toronto public high schools

All Ontario Catholic schools, public high schools in Toronto shut by strike

21.1.2020

All Ontario Catholic schools, public high school s in Toronto shut by strike

Catholic schools across Ontario will be closed today, as will public high school s and elementary schools in several boards.

The union representing Catholic teachers is holding a one-day strike today, while the other two unions are engaged in rotating strikes. All three unions, as well as the one representing teachers in the French system, say they are frustrated with a lack of progress in contract negotiations with the provincial government. The unions say class size increases and the introduction of mandatory e-learning courses are among the sticking points, but Education Minister Stephen Lecce says compensation is the main barrier. Boards targeted today by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation include the Toronto District School Board, Rainy River District School Board, Simcoe County District School Board, Near North District School Board, Grand Erie District School Board, Trillium Lakelands District School Board and Hastings and Prince Edward District School Board. The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario is also striking at the Grand Erie and Trillium Lakelands boards, as well as the Renfrew County District School Board and the Superior-Greenstone District School Board. SHARE Read more: CTV News

All Ontario Catholic Schools Closed Tuesday As Teachers StrikeThree teachers' unions are engaged in strike action in the province today What Human rights in Canada looks like🥶. If the municipal, provincial or federal leaders don’t understand what accommodations to children with special needs looks like then they should be removed of their duties or work for private schools not public schools or public policy.

Elementary teachers kick off week of rotating strikes in Toronto, York and OttawaNDP Leader Jagmeet Singh joined Ontario teachers on the picket line on Monday as their union kicked off a week of rotating one-day strikes. ALSO SEE: Go away Does this guy ever spend time in the House?

Ontario’s elementary teachers announce another one-day strike on FridayThe Elementary Teacher s’ Federation of Ontario has now planned one-day strikes at various school boards across the province on every school day of the coming week Until Ontario’s teachers will agree to stop socially engineering Ontario students and actually educate them - I vote keeping them on strike indefinitely. completely close them all watch ford scatter to pay $60 to buy more votes It's all about money - and Ontario doesn't have it to pay for what it's public service employee unions want.

What are the key issues in the Ontario school strikes?Class size, wages, online learning courses and full-day kindergarten top the list. Stephen Lecce is the number 1 issue. That the government, on behalf of taxpayers, is deliberately defunding public education to create a neoliberal argument to privatize so that wealthy people can profit from selling their own brands of 'education'. Desiring one's own oppression = voting lib or con. neoliberalism

Ford promises ‘no surprises’ for municipalities as spring budget loomsAfter cuts to public health, slashing of Toronto council, Premier tells rural leaders: ‘We need your input.’ Disappointments and anguish are another matter though.. but it won't be a surprise. Not sure I believe him his track record has proven otherwise onpoli Since Ford's efficiency argument is SO GOOD AND FAIR, consistency must apply. The formula of 1 MPP = 1 Councillor is to be applied uniformly across Ontario's 444 municipalities. 124 MPPs = 25 for Toronto, 99 for the rest of Ontario : 1 for Whitby, 2 for Windsor, Sudbury, etc.

Doug Ford promises ‘no surprises’ for Ontario municipalities as spring budget loomsAfter last year’s cuts to public health, slashing of Toronto council, Premier tells rural leaders: ‘We need your input’ globetoronto The surprise will be if there are no surprises.... globetoronto Doug the slug BlueMonday DougFord ford school globetoronto Does promise 'Lots of Work to Rule' and 'Strikes' by Teachers.



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