The election of a new provincial executive, the introduction of full-day kindergarten, and EQAO testing were the focus of delegates’ attention and concern at ETFO’s 2009 annual meeting.
As you read this I trust you will be settled into the new school year. For educators September is a month of change and adjustment, of setting goals, and establishing a classroom routine. By now you and your students are moving forward, working to make your goals a reality.
ETFO president David Clegg told delegates to the 2008 annual meeting that the federation is determined to Close the Gap in this round of collective bargaining.
Delegates to the ETFO Annual Meeting reelected me to the position of OTF table ofﬁcer. After serving for a year as OTF president, it is my pleasure to be able to continue to inform you about issues pertinent to the 155,000 teachers employed in Ontario’s publicly funded schools.
Elections for a new provincial executive and the un
The 2006 ETFO Annual Meeting was the ﬁrst without elections.
Last year delegates decided to elect leaders for two-year terms;this year they spent four days focusing on Federation business.