Ford’s Inaction Has Failed Students.

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The Ford government says they have a plan to ensure our students can resume in-person learning safely. However, without a clear framework to guide a safe return, their “hands-off” approach and lack of follow-through on their commitments has created even more uncertainty for our students, families and educators. 
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Working Together
to Ensure #SafetyforAll

Ontario’s front line education workers care about keeping publicly-funded schools in Ontario safe for all. Join them today in calling for safer schools in Ontario.

Ensuring
Equitable Access

Emergency Remote Learning has magnified underlying inequities in our education system. We must ensure that every student, no matter their needs or circumstance, has access to the resources and tools they need to succeed.

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 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.

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.

Investing
In Our Future

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.

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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

February 1, 2021
"The government still hasn’t released the metrics it’s using to determine when it’s safe to reopen schools in COVID hotspots."
January 21, 2021
"It looks like, originally, they had a lot of things covered, but what they ended up implementing ... was ‘plan lite.’ You know, let’s take it, but massage it so it’s not as stringent, not as costly."
January 9, 2021
"A lot of the labor that's taking place right now and over the next two weeks and beyond is going to be disproportionately borne by women."
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