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April 7, 2020


Announcement of funding cuts and layoffs draws backlash on social media.


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James Kriese
And the talking point that “school boards came to the minister to ask what to do with all these extra employees” is such baloney. Uh huh. Superintendents called the government and asked to have their budgets cut. 

Sure they did.

Hillary Anderson
Can we have a do over on the last provincial election please?! I’d give the current government Fs all across the board.

Nikki Eroshinsky Coles
So disappointed in this government.


On Twitter

This decision removes the needed EA support and is beyond comprehension. That UCP now cut required support for special needs children is despicable.

gariovich @gariovich
Pssst: We didn’t have enough EAs before this ... pass it on. 

Natalie Townshend

Teachers are still working and being paid. They are working online with students in their regular school hours. The only change is that now many of them are trying to figure out how to also work 1-1 with the students that used to work 1-1 with their EA.


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