Features

Embracing Our Students for Who They Are

The pandemic has had an impact on all our lives but especially on children and their education.

Surviving Hybrid

Patrice White
Patrice White reflects on the impossibility of the hybrid model and how everyone – students and staff included – suffers.

Election 2022

James Taylor
James Taylor emphasizes the need to organize for the next provincial election.

Losing Librarians

Diana Maliszewski and Wendy Burch Jones
Teacher-librarians Diana Maliszewski and Wendy Burch Jones reflect on the importance and centrality of libraries to school life and the impact of funding cuts.

Teaching in the North

Dr. Jarod Milko
Dr. Jarod Milko shares his experiences of living and teaching in the North.

Technology and the Post Pandemic Era

Beverly Fiddler and Michael Clarke

When the 2019-2020 school year began, ETFO members braced for labour unrest that had not been seen since the Mike Harris days. Who could have predicted the events in early March 2020? Pivoting to a distance learning model was unchartered territory for educators.

Recovering and Rebuilding

Laura and Jonathan Temporal

Jonathan and Laura Temporal write that the pandemic has highlighted just how important public services such as education, healthcare, transportation and community support programs are.