Report states hundreds of teachers to be lost due to larger class sizes

School boards across the Algoma, Manitoulin and Sudbury Districts will be losing teachers as part of the change to larger class sizes.

The Rainbow District School Board will lose 65 teachers over the next four years as a result of larger class sizes, according to a report by the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives.

The Catholic boards across the North will lose up to 66.
According to the Ontario Secondary School Teacher’s Federation, the Behind the Numbers Report not only allows users to view the loss of teachers predicted for individual school boards, viewers can also see some Ontario school boards will lose hundreds.
Education workers across the system, such as support staff, secretaries, psychologists and others will also be impacted.

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One Response to Report states hundreds of teachers to be lost due to larger class sizes

  1. Bobbie-Jo says:

    What will it take people to realize we are the front line people we take care of children and spend more time with our children on a daily basis than we do as parents… I am a single mother of three children none of this makes any sense… How can we set ourselves up for a future for our children if we can’t even support them while they are in our education system

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