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People for Education's 2018 report on
Ontario’s schools will be released on June 25
Our Annual Ontario School Survey (AOSS) provides an evidence-based, objective perspective on the
impact of policy and funding changes on vital areas of public education, including special education,
guidance counsellors, Indigenous education, childcare, fundraising, health, and the arts.
Each year, we publish a report on the data we collect, along with other research findings.
This year, for the first time, we are releasing our report via Facebook Live and Twitter Live, so that you can join the conversation in real time, share your thoughts, and ask questions about the findings. Join us on Monday, June 25, at noon to learn more about this year’s report.
It is easy to participate!
- Follow along on our Facebook page or Twitter timeline, starting at noon.
- Use the hashtag #AOSS18 when you post your questions and comments.
Mark your calendars and join us online on June 25.
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For members of the media, the press conference will take place at the People for Education office (please note our NEW address):
728A St Clair Avenue West
Toronto, ON, M6C 1B3
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