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.

The Power of Stories

Rabia Khokhar

Rabia Khokhar reflects on how our perspectives are shaped by the stories we read and that are read to us.

Consulting But Not Listening

Federico Carvajal

While we participated in more consultations this year than ever before in ETFO’s history, it is clear that the government is not listening.

Class Size Matters

Kimberly Veneziale

Kimberly Veneziale reflects on how teaching a class of 32 students affects the experience and quality of their education.

Parents Standing with Teachers

Nigel Barriffe, Yolanda B’dacy and Helen Victoros

Nigel Barriffe, Yolanda B’Dacy and Helen Victoros stress the importance of community connections and the power of collective bargaining to push for a common good.

Planning a Rally

Michaela Kargus And Carolyn Proulx-Wootton

Michaela Kargus and Carolyn Proulx-Wootton offer practical tips for organizing in your community and bringing the issues to the attention of your MPP.

Can You Hear Her Voice?

Rachelle Bergen

Rachelle Bergen asks us to consider how much we can know about women in Canadian history when the traditional focus has been the accomplishments of white men.