Tues 6pm: Funding Matters

 In Latest News, The public board -TDSB

staticmap (2) Join teachers, parents, community for an information picket in conjunction with the North York West Consultation on the TDSB. Tues Lawrence Heights Community Centre.  Let’s tell the Ontario Government what is really happening in our classrooms and what can be done to fix it.

Building Better Schools Matters

Funding matters. Class size matters. Special education matters. Democracy matters.
Building better schools matters. Join the ETT Political Action Committee, parents, concerned community members, and other education supporters on Tuesday, May 19, 2015 for an information picket in conjunction with the North York West Consultation on the TDSB.   The picket will begin at 6:15 p.m.

Make Your Voice Heard

The consultation, which is being held at the Lawrence Heights Community Centre, will take place between 7:00 – 9:00 p.m.

Educators, parents, and other concerned members of the public are encouraged to take part and share their thoughts.

What Are Consultations on the TDSB?

Ontario’s Minister of Education, Liz Sandals, has appointed Barbara Hall to lead an advisory panel to find what Sandals has referred to in the media as a “more effective governance structure” for the TDSB, which may include dividing the Board into separate entities. The panel began its public consultations in March and will conclude in late-May.

As part of the meeting process, the panel has asked the public to consider a series of questions regarding the Board’s structure.

The Campaign for Public Education (CPE), a grassroots education advocacy organization concerned with improving publicly-funded education in Toronto, has developed a resource to help participants consider and address these questions. The responses engage and recognize the need for local trustees and proper funding from the Ontario government.
CPE Resource: Advisory Panel Questions and Answer

Contact Information

For more information please contact Felicia Samuel, Executive Liaison, Political Action Committee, by email at fsamuel@ett.on.ca or by phone at 415-393-9930 ext. 222.

Download the Flyer [PDF]

Lawrence Heights Community Centre
5 Replin Road
Toronto, Ontario

Directions By TTC   Lawrence West station. Exit the station and walk east on Lawrence Avenue West. On the north side of the street, just past Allen Road, is a path through green space with a sign indicating the location of the community centre. Follow the path to Replin Road and walk two blocks north to the Lawrence Heights Community Centre.

Directions By Car  The Lawrence Heights Community Centre is located northeast of Allen Road and Lawrence Avenue West. Parking is available on-site.

Recent Posts