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Keeping Our
System Strong

By continually improving our students’ learning experience in the classroom and ensuring they have the tools and resources they need to succeed, we can protect Ontario's world-class education system.

Supporting
Our Students

While some students need additional supports, others need advanced challenges. Whatever their needs, the goal of our education system should be to ensure every student at every level has every opportunity to succeed.

Protecting
Our Economy

A recent Conference Board of Canada report has warned that every dollar we pull out education today will actually cost our province $1.30 in future economic benefit. An investment in education is an investment in our province.

Protecting Programs and Class Sizes

Studies have shown that when we keep class sizes manageable and backstop our education system with critical supports and programs, we ensure better outcomes for our students.

Our Kids Need Less Screen Time, Not More

Numerous studies have shown that high school students not only struggle with online courses, but that too much screen time can have a negative impact on their mental health.

Investing
In Our Future

Keeping our economy strong and our province prosperous requires an investment in the next generation of Ontarians. An investment in our students is an investment in our province.

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From teachers to education workers, Ontario’s frontline educators have first-hand experience with the challenges students face in the classroom. Our students need more support – not less.

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What The Media Is Saying

March 27, 2020
"Well-planned online learning experiences are meaningfully different from courses offered online in response to a crisis or disaster. Colleges and universities working to maintain instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic should understand those differences when evaluating this emergency remote teaching."
March 27, 2020
"The Ministry of Education, Human Rights Code and Canadian Charter remind us that it is our duty and responsibility to challenge inequities. A crisis does not negate such responsibilities. It only enhances them. "
March 13, 2020
""On the scale that would be required to offer consistency in terms of student learning and achievement over the next few months, we might have sufficient capacity to do it for a few days or a week," he said. "But we would not have the capacity, and we have never really developed the capacity to do it for longer than short periods of time.""
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