Students spend enough time in digital isolation. They need more interaction with teachers, not less

"Students with little or no internet access have a right to in-person education; they should not be forced to learn online."

Larger class sizes, e-learning, and cutting courses.

How out of touch are we if we believe this is what this young generation that’s struggling with isolation needs for good education?

In the past few weeks, teachers have gone on rotating strikes, fighting against these cuts that they feel would negatively impact student learning. In response Ontario’s Education Minister, Stephen Lecce is throwing blame at teacher unions, saying that their protest is hurting students.

But how are such decisions made for our future generations if we don’t understand their day-to-day struggles?

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Written by Evelyn Kwong
Toronto Star
January 21, 2020
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Contributed by the Here For Students Staff
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