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A pan-Canadian scan of K to 12 education policies reveals that all provinces and territories have detailed safety strategies, but few have comprehensive plans to manage, assess, or respond to the educational impact of COVID-19.
The federal government’s goal of $10-per-day child care by the end of 2026 aims to make child care affordable for all. However, the question remains, will achieving the $10 a day goal actually make ELCC…
People for Education provides concrete recommendations for action while schools are closed principals report on stress, inequity, and mental health challenges with return to online learning
For nearly two years, school staff have been faced with constant upheaval. People for Education reports on the challenges for principals and educators, and provides concrete recommendations for actions that should be taken while schools…
Masks, vaccines, distancing, in-person and online learning: Every province and territory has a different strategy.
Recently, there has been a public debate on childcare. What’s missing, however, in these heated discussions, has been the lasting, and potentially life-changing, benefits of early childhood education to children themselves.
Ontario's back-to-school plan includes details on safety and masking, but little information on vaccinations or educational supports.
New report recommends that early learning and childcare be publicly funded, publicly governed, and embedded in public education systems.
Basic funding for education in Ontario will not increase for the coming year, despite increases in enrolment, salaries, and inflation.
Stakeholders agreed that schools should be re-opened for in-person learning wherever possible and if recommended by local Medical Officers of Health
COVID-19’s impact on extracurricular activities leaves Ontario students without crucial opportunities for learning