In August, just over 600 delegates gathered in Toronto at ETFO’s 2014 Annual Meeting to debate resolutions to guide our union and enhance the teaching profession.
ETFO has a long tradition of encouraging members to be politically informed and engaged. In the recent provincial election, seven ETFO members made the ultimate political commitment of running as candidates.
One of the challenges writing for a magazine is recognizing that I have to focus on the distant horizon; I can’t necessarily address the issues that are important to me when I write.
By the end of June I will have completed my first school year as the ETFO general secretary. It has been an amazing year.
A little over a month ago, the media began to report the kidnapping during the night of more than 200 girls from their school in Nigeria, w
These are challenging and competitive times for teachers who are trying to get onto an occasional teaching list, or interviewing for long-term occasional or permanent contracts.
In the context of the current political climate, finding ways to work across our differences is more important than ever.
In January, Oxfam, a worldwide development organization that mobilizes the power of people against poverty, sent out a press release indicating that 85 of the world’s richest people are as wealthy as the poorest half of the world.
In recent years, the question “What does quality education look like?” has prompted a number of markedly varying responses.