The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario received formal notice from the mediator to resume central negotiations Wednesday, March 11.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario
The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.
Elementary educators continued strike actions as part of a one-day rotating withdrawal of services.
The intransigence of the Ford government and Education Minister Lecce to return to the bargaining table has pushed ETFO to commence rotating strikes.
Faced with a government that continues to demand cuts to elementary education and refuses to address key issues affecting students and educators, ETFO is escalating its strike action.
Four unions representing teachers and education workers across Ontario's publicly funded education system have filed court challenges against the Ontario government's Bill 124
Ontario Fall Economic Statement does nothing to reverse the deep cuts to public services, including public education, and the harm already done, says the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario.
There will be almost 1,000 fewer teachers in grades 4-8 elementary classrooms this year and larger class sizes.
ETFO extends its full support and solidarity to the 55,000 CUPE education workers as they withdraw services and prepare to initiate a legal strike action on October 7, 2019.
When it comes to Kindergarten through Grade 12 education, 61% of Ontarians believe the Doug Ford Conservative government is on the wrong track.
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