Public opposes Ontario government's changes to education, poll suggests - 2019-11-25

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F0.png Public opposes Ontario government's changes to education, poll suggests November 25, 2019, Colin D'Mello, CTV News

QUEEN'S PARK -- Premier Doug Ford's government may lack public support when it comes to wide-ranging changes to the education system, according to a new poll which tracked voter sentiment on everything from education spending to class sizes.

People from every part of the province told polling firm Nanos Research that the provincial government should prioritise education spending over tackling the deficit and a majority said they oppose increasing class sizes as a money saving measure.

The poll was commissioned by the Ontario Public School Boards' Association (OPSBA) which is currently in the middle of tense bargaining with the province's public elementary and high school teachers' unions, alongside the government.

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{{cite news | first = Colin | last = D'Mello | title = Public opposes Ontario government's changes to education, poll suggests | url = https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/public-opposes-ontario-government-s-changes-to-education-poll-suggests-1.4700992 | work = CTV News | date = November 25, 2019 | accessdate = November 26, 2019 }}