Secret government reports say public doesn't like Ford's education plans - 2020-02-27

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F94.png Secret government reports say public doesn't like Ford's education plans February 27, 2020, Kristin Rushowy, Toronto Star

"Do not increase class sizes" — and forget about e-learning.

Those were two main messages for the Ford government from more than 7,000 public submissions during last year's education consultations, according to the province's own summaries obtained by the Star.

The reports — which the government has refused to release — were entered as evidence at an ongoing Ontario Labour Relations Board hearing into allegations by the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association that the province engaged in bad-faith bargaining by boosting class sizes during negotiations.

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