ETFO President urges teachers to get involved in Ontario provincial election

ETFO President urges teachers to get involved in Ontario provincial election
Posted on May 25, 2014 | Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario | Written on May 25, 2014
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ETFO Education Agenda

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ETFO President Sam Hammond encourages all ETFO members to get involved in the June 12, 2014 Ontario election to stave off deep cuts to public services by the Tim Hudak Conservatives.

Here's how:

 

TAKE ACTION!

  • Volunteering for a candidate in your riding. Contact your ETFO local to find out ways you can get involved in the provincial election campaign.
  • Attend all-candidates meetings and ask questions.
  • Being ready when a candidate shows up on your doorstep. Visit BuildingBetterSchools.ca and read the ETFO education agenda so you are ready to ask questions about his/her party's plan for schools in Ontario.

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I agree that widespread cuts to education, especially teachers and support workers is the wrong way to go about reducing Ontario's deficit. A strong Ontario economy starts in the classroom.