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| July 5, 2013

High school students 'don't want to be robots'

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At a May 10 conference at SEED Alternative High School over 120 students agreed that school is broken. Students organized the event, called Re-Imagining Education, with the help of supportive teachers and professors.


Rally at Allan Gardens. Photo: LexnGer/Flickr
| February 11, 2013
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| January 23, 2013

Ontario teachers' labour dispute may be beginning of broader battle across public service

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The ongoing labour crisis in Ontario's public schools may just be a prelude to a much broader battle about to unfold between the government and all public sector workers in the province.


| January 11, 2013
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January 2, 2013 |
On January 26, we will take our demand for a compassionate and prosperous Ontario directly to Liberal Party members and leadership candidates.

2012 at Queen's Park: A year of eroding democratic rights

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The last year has been a tumultuous one for education politics in Ontario and one that has seen democratic rights and principles die on the altar of political expediency.

The Liberals' approach to education sector collective bargaining, its draconian legislation (Bill 115), and Premier McGuinty’s decision to prorogue the Legislature just four weeks into the fall session are all examples of a government flouting democratic principles for political convenience.


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