Ontario teachers' unions want government to develop benchmarks for school plan

"Ontario's four teachers' unions say they need to be a part of a plan for the safe return of students to in-person classes during the pandemic."

Ontario's four major teachers' unions say they want the government to establish specific benchmarks that would trigger moves to in-person or virtual learning.

They say that needs to be part of a provincial plan for the safe return of students to in-person classes during the pandemic.

All students are currently learning online and the government announced on Thursday that schools in southern Ontario will remain closed for in-person classes until January 25.

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Written by Canadian Press
City News
January 8, 2021
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