The Ontario government is moving quickly to sacrifice the safety and well-being of our youngest children to save money, according to the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario.
Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario
The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.
ETFO is set to make its case in court today that the government's mishandling of the Health and Physical Education Curriculum has had a chilling effect on teachers' abilities to teach the curriculum.
Elementary educators have provided key recommendations to the provincial government to enhance Ontario’s internationally regarded public education system.
As Transgender Day of Remembrance approaches on November 20, the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario is calling on Ontarians to respect, not erase, trans identities.
ETFO celebrated Designated Early Childhood Educators (DECE) for their critical role in the development of full-day Kindergarten learners.
As people around the globe recognize World Teacher Day on October 5th, Ontario's public elementary teachers are proud to be the heartbeat of Ontario's high quality education system.
ETFO announces nnounced legal action against the Ontario government regarding its repeal of the 2015 Health and Physical Education Curriculum and the anonymous parent ‘snitch line’.
The government’s decision to revert to the 1998 Health and Physical Education Curriculum while initiating further consultation is irresponsible, discriminatory and jeopardizes the safety of students.
There is currently a $16 billion backlog in school repairs. Doug Ford has cancelled two sources of revenue for school repairs, favouring big business over our kids and our crumbling schools.
From special education supports to guidance and specialist teachers and school fundraising, the latest People for Education annual report points to growing gaps in public elementary education.