Krista Swanson

Last October the Grand Erie Elementary Teacher Local executive decided to restructure the organization. We met with staff from provincial o

Joan Littleford

This fall, like every fall, a new group of three- and four-year-old  children across the province experienced their first day in elementary

Christine Brown

To “progress” means to move for ward, and we like to think of technological progress as exactly that.

Dave Kendall

Before beginning to negotiate the 2004-2008 teacher collective agreements, ETFO entered into discussions about establishing a provincial fr

Gene Lewis

ETFO has been evolving since 1998, when its  two  predecessor  organizations joined to form one organization.

Emily Noble

ETFO exists to serve you – our members. We work to make a difference in the lives of  Ontario’s teachers, education workers, and students.

Winston Carter

As I look back over the past year, what becomes apparent is ETFO’s vital role at the heart of so many of activities here at CTF.

Hilda Watkins

The   Liberal  party  campaigned  on the platform  of  revitalizing  the  Ontario College of Teachers.

Jerry DeQuetteville and Sharon O‘Halloran

A grade 5 teacher was leading his class in a study of the novel Island of the