The Ontario Teachers’ Federation created these four-page resources – Public Education in Ontario: Who Does What? and L’Éducation publique en Ontario : Qui fait quoi? – to help explain the roles of key players in the public education landscape in Ontario. Teacher candidates receive the resource as part of their welcome package and session at all Faculties of Education in Ontario.
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The latest edition of OSSTF/FEESO Update is now online for your interest. Our editorial called “New Minister, New Opportunities” may be of interest. Some of those at the CEPA Conference may remember the Ontario folks getting excited during one of the sessions when the new Minister of Education was announced. Enjoy.
While most of the content may only be of specific interest to our members, you may find a few articles of interest for yourselves or members of your federation.
In our latest edition, our editorial is about Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne needing to “hit the reset button” on public education.