ontario education

Rayne Fisher-Quann, the 16-year-old co-organizer of March for Our Education, speaks to a group of over 100 students and supporters on the front lawn of the Ontario Legislature on Sunday September 23, 2018.

In legal fight over sex ed, Ontario teachers union overplays its hand

Call me “old school,” but I simply cannot reconcile myself with the argument that disciplinary immunity and special privileged status are what these destructive “behavioural” kids need.

Well behaved students deserve an education, too.

When it comes to education, the provincial government sets the rules and approves the curriculum. None of that is new under Ford.

Doug Ford isn’t bullying Ontario’s teachers — he’s asking them to act like employees.

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne makes her way onto the stage as she attends the Confederation of Tomorrow 2.0 Conference in Toronto on Tuesday December 12, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young

Ancient Advice: When caught in a lie, act surprised, show concern and deny everything.

Ontario PC leadership candidate Doug Ford said all areas of the school curriculum need to be reviewed. (David Rider / Toronto Star) | Order this photo

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 strike of faculty at Fanshawe College continues in London. Photo by: MIKE HENSEN, The London Free Press

  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