The theme of Education Week 2018, Public Education – It’s for Everyone, recognizes a publicly-funded education system is perhaps the province’s most important asset.
On April 13 and 14, the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) will host the international researchED movement at a conference for educators at Mississauga Secondary School.
On behalf of our 60,000 members, I want to congratulate Ms. Naidoo-Harris and Ms. Hunter, and welcome them to their new portfolios,” said OSSTF/FEESO President Harvey Bischof.
“It is regrettable that the government, school boards, and other employers still under-appreciate and undervalue the work of early childhood educators and child care workers" said Harvey Bishoff.
Teachers are very concerned about the Ontario government's proposals that could allow agencies funded by corporate interests involved in the development of curriculum in the province's public schools.
Education Week was established by the OSSTF in 1930 to recognize and celebrate the essential role public education plays in the lives of communities all over the province.
Teachers in Rainy River, Ontario's District 5b have begun a full withdrawal of their services for one day per week beginning April 27.
Ontario's teacher unions are rightly celebrating the squashing of Bill 115. But defending collective bargaining cannot just happen in the courts.
Ontario teachers will comply with the labour board ruling that sends them back to work, but strikes could resume on June 10.
Sometimes, it can be hard to explain just how and why this government isn't working for workers. But this week, they made it super easy! Thanks y'all.