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Information on this page is related to working together to ensure safety for all.
Safety for All
Ontarians understand that when education workers and students are at risk, so are the communities in which they live and the families they go home to at the end of every day.
Since March 2020, when the government closed schools due to the COVID-19 pandemic, OSSTF/FEESO has been focused on taking action and finding solutions that would create and sustain safe learning environments, for both education workers and students in every school in the province. We know that improving the quality of publicly-funded education must include creating a system that ensures safety for all.
Please visit the safety for all website to learn how we can all work together to achieve #SafetyforAll.
Participating in the Push-Back Against the Ford Government to Demand a Safe Return to School
The challenges our schools will face this year are unprecedented in Ontario’s education history. Join thousands of Ontarians coming together to demand a real plan that protects our students and educators.
Please visit Here For Students @ hereforstudents.ca to take action and demand a safe return to school for September. #SafeSeptember
OSSTF/FEESO releases framework for reopening schools in 2020-2021
This paper presents OSSTF/FEESO’s position on the reopening of schools, providing recommendations and raising concerns that must be addressed by the Ministry of Health, the Ministry of Education and local employers in order to ensure a safe return for our members and our students.
The collective experience and expertise of OSSTF/ FEESO members can help to ensure a learning environment that is both safe and effective. That experience, coupled with a review of the experiences of other jurisdictions, and consultation with many frontline workers and local leaders from across the various sectors of our membership, are reflected in the guiding principles contained in this framework.
OSSTF/FEESO remains committed to finding solutions that will ensure students and the educators who work with them remain safe as we reopen the province’s publicly-funded schools.