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Ontario likely to see non-tech teachers in new mandatory tech education classes

Ottawa/IBNS: Canada's Ontario is likely to see non-tech teachers in new mandatory tech education classes, according to the province’s new proposal to allow teachers without technological credentials to teach certain courses for the next school year.

Canada: Ontario to invest over $180 million to help students build maths, reading, writing skills

Toronto/IBNS: Ontario’s Education Ministry is investmenting over $180 million for classroom and at-home support to boost students’ math, reading and writing skills.

Ontario schools' new science curriculum 2022-23 to focus on critical life, job skills

Toronto/IBNS: As part of the Ontario government’s plan to align curriculum changes with the province’s economic needs with an emphasis on critical life and job skills, the province is introducing new science and technology curriculum for grades 1 to 8, with de-streaming the grade 9 science course for the upcoming 2022-23 school year. 

Canada's Ontario govt to invest $300,000 for promoting Black history curriculum in schools

Toronto/IBNS: Stephen Lecce, Ontario Minister of Education, Friday announced an investment of $300,000 by the government to support the development of Black history curriculum-aligned resources to assist educators in teaching about the community's experiences and contributions to Canada.

Merit not seniority will lead to hiring in schools: Ontario Education Minister

Ottawa/IBNS: Ontario Education Minister Stephen Lecce on Thursday announced in a news conference in Vaughan that all school boards in the province will hire teachers based on merit repealing the old policy of following the seniority.

Ontario education minister goes back and forth on sex-ed stance

Toronto, July 16 (IBNS): Lisa Thompson, the newly appointed education minister of Ontario, is uncertain about the modernized sex-education program, media reports said.