In legal fight over sex ed, Ontario teachers union overplays its hand
Free speech policy mandatory on campuses in new year.
Ford government’s free speech policy for schools a good first step.
Ontario government cuts $25M in funding for specialized school programs
Early education may harm kids
Well behaved students deserve an education, too.
Teacher unions up to old schoolyard tricks.
Giving freedom of speech a post-secondary spine.
Ontario math needs to get back to basics.
Doug Ford isn’t bullying Ontario’s teachers — he’s asking them to act like employees.
Why Ford needs to revise “Wynne” sex ed.
Doug Ford extends Ontario education consultation beyond sex ed.
Doug Ford summons his inner Dale Carnegie.
Top issue for kids in Ontario’s election? Teacher was surprised.
Liberals eye scrapping reading, math and literacy tests.
Ancient Advice: When caught in a lie, act surprised, show concern and deny everything.
Time to talk about sex ed, says Ontario PC candidate Doug Ford. Says if he is elected leader of the party he would reopen the health curriculum — and all other courses — to help Ontario students do better.
The binding arbitration results are officially in, marking the final chapter of a bitter five-week faculty strike that shuttered Ontario’s 24 public colleges – the longest in the system’s history.
Nearly a month after the Ontario government ordered striking college teachers back on the job, the results of binding arbitration to settle their five-week strike are expected this week. Link: http://bit.ly/2kJhwsF
Teachers forced to attend ‘LGGBDTTTIQQAAPP’ training session.