Ontario Secondary School Teachers' Federation

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The Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF/FEESO) is a trade union representing almost 60,000 members. The union works to protect its diverse membership which is represented in 140 bargaining units across the province. OSSTF/FEESO bargaining units represent both English and French members in elementary and secondary school workplaces, private schools, consortia offering support services to school boards and universities.
June 24, 2016 |
Teachers are very concerned about the Ontario government's proposals that could allow agencies funded by corporate interests involved in the development of curriculum in the province's public schools.
May 3, 2016 |
Education Week was established by the OSSTF in 1930 to recognize and celebrate the essential role public education plays in the lives of communities all over the province.
April 27, 2016 |
Teachers in Rainy River, Ontario's District 5b have begun a full withdrawal of their services for one day per week beginning April 27.
October 30, 2015 |
The Shine the Light campaign is focused on building awareness, engaging people in breaking the silence and encouraging all communities to speak out against Violence Against Women.
September 1, 2015 |
The Liberal proposal would see up to a $150 refundable tax benefit on $1,000 of purchased materials, such as posters, art supplies, hygiene items and books.
August 20, 2015 |
OSSTF/FEESO is pleased to report that a tentative agreement has been reached at the Teacher/Occasional Teacher central bargaining table with the Government of Ontario and the OPSBA.
June 1, 2015 |
"The legislation that was passed accomplishes nothing more than to inflame a situation that's already rife with animosity and distrust."
May 29, 2015 |
"We emphatically maintain that these strikes have always been about local issues and our members in Durham, Rainbow and Peel will be back on the picket lines on June 10."
May 11, 2015 |
In their rush to manage new expectations put on our schools, school boards have opted for convenient, expedient solutions rather than ones that put students first or that respect their teachers.
April 15, 2015 |
A report released by People for Education does not identify all of the issues that can negatively impact the success of students as they move into a streamed curriculum.
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