Online Learning

Students learn best when they have individual support and undivided attention from their teachers, whether in-person or online.

The Ford government has doubled-down on the failed hybrid learning model and wants to expand mandatory online learning, potentially leaving students behind, especially those with special needs, those with social and mental health concerns, English as a second language learners, and equity-deserving students.

The benefits of in-person learning, including one-on-one student-teacher interactions and socialization with peers, are clear and undeniable. However, with the pandemic still ongoing and the Ford government refusing to act to ensure safe schools, many parents are choosing online learning out of safety concerns – their children deserve the same undivided attention from teachers as those learning in-person.

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