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She wants to impose a quick deal, not a reasonable deal for elementary teachers, to help Mr. Story continues below. The tentative three-year deals reportedly include a small wage increase, an extra professional development day and retain current class sizes and teacher preparation time provisions. ETFO remains without a tentative deal. It represents 78, elementary public school teachers and occasional teachers across the province.

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ColinDMello Contact. TORONTO -- Thousands of Ontario teachers are launching job action in public elementary and secondary schools today, as unions try to apply pressure on the Progressive Conservative government amid tense contract negotiations. Public elementary teachers will begin each day by meeting outside the main school entrance and walking in together, 15 minutes before the morning school bell, according to the union.

MORE: Full list of services impacted by strike action. The work-to-rule campaign will also affect student report cards as teachers largely leave it up to administrators to fill out, only providing basic information such as grades and brief remarks on student performance.

Solidarity soothes the soul. So proud to be part of ETFO , standing together for fully funded public education. The OPBSA, however, said students should contact school officials if they feel job action is having an effect on their education. Both OSSTF and ETFO will meet with government negotiators at least two more times this week, but unions leaders are signaling that talks may not be heading in the right direction.

Parents, community members; join us here every Friday! Education Minister Stephen Lecce stressed that the government has been making concessions at the bargaining table especially on class sizes and e-learning.

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ColinDMello Contact. TORONTO -- Thousands of Ontario teachers are launching job action in public elementary and secondary schools today, as unions try to apply pressure on the Progressive Conservative government amid tense contract negotiations. Public elementary teachers will begin each day by meeting outside the main school entrance and walking in together, 15 minutes before the morning school bell, according to the union. MORE: Full list of services impacted by strike action. The work-to-rule campaign will also affect student report cards as teachers largely leave it up to administrators to fill out, only providing basic information such as grades and brief remarks on student performance. Solidarity soothes the soul. So proud to be part of ETFO , standing together for fully funded public education.

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Elementary teachers and province not at bargaining table

On Oct. Story continues below. According to the association, the parties have tentatively agreed on issues such as class size, teacher supervision time, preparation time, salary increases, hiring practices and the addition of a Professional Activity Day, but sick leave and benefits remain on the table for discussion. On Wednesday, Oct.

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An ETFO all-member vote among teachers and occasional teachers will be conducted regarding the tentative agreement, with the results of that vote expected in mid-November. Story continues below. Teachers had suspended school sports. ETFO will review the tentative agreement with its local leaders and members before making further comments to the media. You do not have permission to post comments. Please contact customersupport torstar.

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