Kenisha, an Early Reading Coach tells us about the impact of funding cuts and what’s needed to support early readers.
Occasional Teacher, Paula, talks about the expertise certified Occasional Teachers bring to the classroom.
Anthony, a parent, explains why we need social and mental health support for students.
Philip, a teacher, speaks about the importance of providing a safe and supportive environment for all students.
“Students’ school conditions are our working conditions, especially around special education,” says Amrita, a Special Education teacher.
Anika, a teacher and Indigenous education lead in Thunder Bay: “for Anishinaabe people, children are our ultimate responsibility and our gift. There’s nothing better than getting to work for them.”
Diana, teacher-librarian in Toronto, is passionate about building community by learning together in person.
“Parents and teachers want the same thing for our kids,” says Joy, a parent of three kids in public schools,”and it’s hard to see a government that does not want to fund our future.”
Mansi, an Early Childhood Educator, knows it would make a huge difference if we had supports for students who need them at the get-go of their journey.