A frustrated Education Minister Stephen Lecce says it's 'unacceptable' that anyone committed to students would walk off the job - 2020-01-21

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F94.png A frustrated Education Minister Stephen Lecce says it's 'unacceptable' that anyone committed to students would walk off the job January 21, 2020, Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star

On a day of massive strike action, Education Minister Stephen Lecce and Catholic teachers' union chief Liz Stuart spoke to the Star separately, but jointly share their frustrations.

Ontario's education minister is frustrated with the current labour unrest in the school system, calling it "unacceptable" for anyone who is committed to students to walk off the job.

As the latest in a series of daylong strikes shut down Catholic boards across the province as well as a number of public elementary and secondary schools, Stephen Lecce said it concerns him that "kids in Ontario are not learning."

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