in the 2015-16 school year, students in publicly funded schools across
Ontario will have access to an innovative learning experience about the
Holodomor - a man-made famine that killed millions of Ukrainians in 1932-1933.
Today, Ontario passed the Protecting the School Year Act, 2015,
which will save the school year for 72,000 secondary students in
Durham, Rainbow and Peel district school boards who have missed weeks of
class after strikes by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers'
Today, Ontario introduced legislation to protect the school
year for 72,000 public secondary students in Durham, Rainbow and Peel district
school boards following an advisement from the Education Relations Commission
that students are in jeopardy of not being able to complete their school year
as a result of ongoing strikes.
In response to Margaret Wilson's report
outlining governance concerns, Ontario is moving forward with its commitment to
review the governance structure at the Toronto District School Board (TDSB) with
the launch of the public consultations.
Ontario is releasing updated Health and Physical Education curriculum to
give students accurate information that will help keep them safe and
healthy. The province is also providing parents with resources to help
them understand and participate in what will be taught to their