Ontario’s back-to-school plan gets an F for incomplete

"At this point Ford and Lecce deserve an F for incomplete."

The Ontario government has so far failed to develop a plan to get our children back to school. Last Friday, Premier Doug Ford and Education Minister Stephen Lecce instead released a trio of options for September that are so broad that they are essentially meaningless.

Ontario’s two million students have been out of school for more than three months and school is set to resume in 12 weeks — and still no hard decisions have been made. The province, citing the need for local decision-making, has thrown it back to the local school boards with the direction of medical officers of health.

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Written by Editorial Board
Toronto Star
June 23, 2020
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Contributed by the Here For Students Staff
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