122, The School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, 2014 passed third reading
in the Ontario legislature. The legislation will allow the province to move
forward with its commitment to make the collective bargaining process in the
education sector clearer and more reliable, to support stronger, more stable schools
for Ontario's students.
Ontario is building on the gains made in education over the past 10
years with the release of a renewed vision for the education system that
will ensure students get the knowledge and skills they need to thrive.
Ontario has approved the building of four new schools and the renovation
of eight schools in the City of Toronto to provide students with modern
and improved places to learn while creating local construction jobs.
Ontario has approved the building of new French-language schools and
renovations to a number of others, providing students with modern and
improved places to learn while creating local construction jobs.
Ontario is encouraging parents to register their four- and
five-year-old children for full-day kindergarten this September, completing the
province-wide rollout of this important program that gives kids the best