Why one tutor thinks Ontario's direct education payment plan is 'a horrible idea' | CBC News

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The promise comes after more than two years of pandemic-disrupted learning has worsened Ontario students' mental health and academic outcomes.

The promise comes after more than two years of pandemic-disrupted learning has worsened Ontario students' mental health and academic outcomes.

Premier Doug Ford's Tuesday throne speech pledged $225 million in direct payments to parents 'to help their kids catch up' but some aren't sure that's the right solution.

MoreOntario is pledging to pay parents to 'help kids catch up.' Some say that's not the solution | CBC News LoadedTorontoOntario is pledging to pay parents to 'help kids catch up.' Some say that's not the solutionPremier Doug Ford's Tuesday throne speech pledged $225 million in direct payments to parents "to help their kids catch up" but some aren't sure that's the right solution.

Social SharingOne tutor says the plan is 'a horrible idea'CBC News·Posted: Aug 10, 2022 10:14 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours agoIn March, the province's Financial Accountability Office reported that the Ford government spent $5.5 billion less on education than it planned to in the first three quarters of the 2021-2022 fiscal year.

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Being Black in Canada More Ontario is pledging to pay parents to 'help kids catch up.· Posted: Aug 08, 2022 3:36 PM AT | Last Updated: August 8 Helen Jiang, left, and Linda Gu, right, are two of the four artists whose work is being featured in an art exhibit in Charlottetown called Generation Z: Dreamcatcher.Social Sharing.Bear Grylls about his struggle with the disease made headlines: Before there are a bunch of rumors/ chatter/ whatever out there.

' Some say that's not the solution | CBC News Loaded Toronto Ontario is pledging to pay parents to 'help kids catch up.' Some say that's not the solution Premier Doug Ford's Tuesday throne speech pledged $225 million in direct payments to parents "to help their kids catch up" but some aren't sure that's the right solution. But sometimes, that can be tiring, she said. Social Sharing One tutor says the plan is 'a horrible idea' CBC News · Posted: Aug 10, 2022 10:14 AM ET | Last Updated: 5 hours ago In March, the province's Financial Accountability Office reported that the Ford government spent $5.5 billion less on education than it planned to in the first three quarters of the 2021-2022 fiscal year. That's why she and three other artists — all students at Colonel Gray High School — wanted to put together an art show with a simple message: put your phones down and be more in the present moment. (Jonathon Hayward/The Canadian Press) . Moving on.