ETFO President Karen Brown posing in ETFO office

Voice in conversation with ETFO’s newly-elected President Karen Brown.

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From the moment children begin to think about their bodies, at age four, they want to be thin. By age eight, although both girls and boys are struggling with body image, girls experience the issue much more keenly.

Reflections of me branding

On May 5, 2004, the Federation proudly released Reflections of Me: The ETFO Body Image Project. The launch took place at the Art Gallery of Ontario.

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On seven women were: detained by police in Guelph, allegedly for breaching the public peace. The women had been participating in a protest organized by local teachers against the education policies of the Mike Harris government.

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When you say Occupational Health and Safety to education workers, they start talking about what they do to keep their students safe. The focus on students is admirable, but it misses the point. Occupational Health and Safety is about workers.

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How can teachers provide the necessary support for all students so that they can experience success as spellers? The following suggestions provide a framework that you can adapt to your grade and classroom.

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La classe de fran^ais langue seconde est un milieu rempli de vitalite, de joie, de connaissances, de culture et de besoins differents. Chaque eleve y arrive avec un bagage d'experiences qui refletent sa famille et son milieu social.

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Data from the ontario teachers' pension plan indicates that 18 percent of new teachers are at risk of leaving the profession.

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By now you will probably have seen ETFO’s billboards, listened to our radio advertisements, or heard about the upcoming negotiations. For public elementary teachers, “200 minutes” is about to become a very familiar phrase.

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Michael Fullan is the man Dalton McGuinty hopes will help him become the province's best education premier since Bill Davis. Alanna Mitchell talks to the schooling guru whose profile has been higher abroad than at home - until now