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Why kids need academic rigour the way they need play and water and food
Addressing oversupply of teachers will please many
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Prof. Pettigrew says it’s worth considering
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TORONTO – Students across Ontario face more uncertainty when they head back to class next week, after the province’s cash-strapped Liberals outraged unions by forcing two-year contracts on 126,000 public…
TORONTO – Public elementary teachers offered Friday to end the rotating strikes they staged across Ontario this month to protest Bill 115 if the Liberal government would agree not to…
TORONTO – Ontario’s biggest teachers’ union is warning of major disruption in elementary schools across the province in December as teachers ramp up strike action to protest the governing Liberals’…
Protesting oil pipelines, celebrating polygamy: is the new ‘social justice’ agenda in class pushing politics at the expense of learning?
TORONTO – A controversial anti-strike bill that cuts benefits and reins in wages for thousands of Ontario teachers will soon become law.
The minority Liberals and Progressive Conservatives teamed up…
The (surprisingly) most-read stories of 2011
Professor salaries didn’t grow much last year
France helps arrest Laurent Gbagbo, while Japan’s nuclear crisis escalates to Chernobyl-levels
Double dipping with pension and salary
One Quebec summer camp for inner-city kids has produced generations of educators
Province says raise will be five per cent, teachers’ association says it should be at least six