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People for Education Raises Major Concerns about Government Plans to Hand Over Online Learning to TVO/TFO
Major changes coming to online learning and lots of considerations affecting boards, schools, parents, and families that should be afforded the time for substantial consultation.
Initial findings of People for Education’s 2020/21 Annual Ontario School Survey (AOSS) show that principals are dealing with an exceptional set of challenges related to running schools during a pandemic.
Report from experts says to reopen schools safely, government must manage community spread of COVID-19, support students' mental health needs, keep class sizes small and provide extra resources.
Ontario needs a coherent and comprehensive plan for the next steps in the education system. To accomplish this, the province should constitute a tasks force leaders from all the major education organizations.
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People for Education's Executive Director, Annie Kidder, joined Ontario teacher Jamie Mitchell and Anne-Marie Scott, Deputy Provost of Athabasca University in a webinar with the Globe and Mail's Caroline Alphonso to discuss distance education in…
School boards scrambling to equip students with laptops, hotspots as online learning begins.
No student's graduation will be affected by COVID-19 pandemic, Stephen Lecce says.
People for Education has launched a campaign to promote The New Basics - 5 areas of essential skills and competencies for long-term success.
CBC News: ‘The Minister said the plan that has been put in place in the spring — stays’: education expert
Annie Kidder, Director of People For Education, has waded through the recent numbers and promises on education, and finds nothing new in Education Minister's Stephen Lecce's media appearance last week.