This government may not care about the long-term consequences of their cuts to public education, but educators are very aware that what we are fighting for today will have an impact on generations of students to come. We take this responsibility very seriously.
With bargaining, public campaigns, government submissions, programs and all of the other work that ETFO does in service to our members, the fall has been an extremely busy time.
CCPA senior economist Sheila Block writes that the Ford Government’s labour policies target women workers.
During its second term, the Ford government has intensified its efforts to undermine the public good.
We know that high-quality, equitable and inclusive public schools are key to increasing equity in Ontario. Together, we will continue to fight to make our vision for public education a reality.
Heather Aggus and Carla Pereira provide a behind-the-scenes look into how ETFO geared up to fight Bill 28.
It’s been an eventful few months for the education sector and the labour community in Ontario and I want to begin by saying thank you.