In Canada, the wage gap persists, even when education, occupation, experience, and hours of work are consistent.
Close the Gap
The summer issue of Voice is our women’s issue, an opportunity to focus on women members, women’s programs and women leaders in ETFO and the broader community.
The Ontario government is in the final stages of reviewing two major pieces of legislation that govern work and could make an important difference in women’s working lives.
Last fall, after reporting that the province is facing a $24.7 billion deficit, Premier McGuinty and Finance Minister Dwight Duncan began to muse publicly about how to cut government costs.
Early in my teaching career I came to understand the extent to which public education is intricately entwined with politics.
On February 12, ETFO came to a difficult decision: we accepted a framework agreement for bargaining proposed by the provincial government.
ETFO has been much in the news in the past several months. there have been dire warnings of imminent strikes, looming deadlines, and other seemingly apocalyptic scenarios.
In this issue of the magazine you will find a number of articles about how teachers’ classroom practice can improve the chances for educational success for children from low-income families.
ETFO’s campaign to Close the Gap is about standing up for fairness and equality for our students and ourselves.