• Cindy Gangaram holding "Stop the Conservatives" sign outside
    Feature
    Increasing Our Political Engagement

    Cindy Gangaram reflects on all the reasons to get involved in the June 2022 provincial election.

  • Children standing outside of school holding Black History posters they made
    Feature
    Grade Six and Just Getting Started

    Voice in conversation with student activist Rihanna Harris.

  • Nessrine Lara Lemqadem Alyass posing outside of school
    Feature
    The Anti-Racist Classroom

    Nessrine Lara Lemqadem Alyass considers how educators can help create an anti-racist classroom.

  • Rashmee Karnad-Jani posing outside of school
    Feature
    Mothers and Teachers

    Rashmee Karnad-Jani explains how mothers and teachers can work together for equitable educational outcomes for the students in their care.

  • Alyssa GGray-Tyghter holding up two books
    Feature
    Decoding the Dress Code

    Alyssa Gray-Tyghter writes about the inequities embedded in school board dress code policies.

Feature
Woman sitting on steps holding medical mask

Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives Senior Economist Katherine Scott illustrates how women have been impacted.

Feature
Woman speaking to classroom full of women

Women’s programs and positions are open to all ETFO members who identify as women, including transgender women.

Article
By Sam Hammond

I want to start my last column for Voice by saying a big thank you to ETFO members, ETFO leaders and ETFO staff.

Article
By Sharon O’Halloran

The women’s issue of Voice is one that is close to my heart.

Article
By Izida Zorde

With this summer women’s issue of Voice, we begin to look forward at what kind of recovery we want to see in Ontario as the COVID-19 pandemic recedes.

Spotlight

Sam Hammond posing outside of school in red ETFO t-shirt
By ETFO VOICE

President Sam Hammond will be remembered for his strength, kindness and deep respect for members.

Kike Ojo-Thompson headshot
By ETFO Voice

Voice speaks to anti-Black racism and equity educator Kike Ojo-Thompson.

Sharon Ethier
By Sharon Ethier

Balancing a home and a career was difficult and left little time for my own learning, but through networking and involvement in ETFO and its women’s programs, many of those barriers were removed.