Teachers are striking. Premier Doug Ford is talking tough. But with no negotiations scheduled, what happens next?

"When it comes to online learning, educators universally recognize that it is a lower quality type of education than face-to-face and in-class."

Teachers are taking turns walking the picket lines.

Premier Doug Ford is talking tough.

A lot is happening in education, just not at the bargaining table. And with only two upcoming negotiating dates for the union representing French teachers — and mediators clearly reluctant to call the three other unions and the provincial government back to the table — what happens now?

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Written by Kristin Rushowy
Toronto Star
January 27, 2020
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