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Stephen Lecce

The break will now happen the week of April 12.
Remaining school districts will restart either Feb. 8 or Feb. 16, depending on location.
Students in COVID-19 hot spots like Waterloo Region, Windsor and the GTA, are still learning remotely.
There’s “no doubt” online learning is a challenge for students who have autism.
The financial boost was initially offered only to the parents of elementary and middle schoolers.
Schools will stay open “in January and beyond.”
Two million students were out of the classroom during the province-wide job action.
One union president heckled him from the audience.
Some school boards will delay EQAO testing because of the teachers’ work-to-rule campaign.
Stephen Lecce says the number he used is accurate if one union’s demand is given to all teachers and education workers.
The Progressive Conservatives' elearning plan had been criticized by teachers and students.
Three of the four major teachers’ unions are inching toward strike action.
Minister Stephen Lecce had an awkward interaction with MPP Marit Stiles about the Ford government's education plan.
Laura Walton says Ontario Premier Doug Ford's PC government hasn't been willing to negotiate.
The new member of Doug Ford’s inner circle had a job in the prime minister’s office when he was 23.
Politicians from all parties agree their tone needs to be better — but disagree on the reason why.
The MPP, who served as Western USC president himself, is being called out by his successors.
The MPP for King—Vaughan says Ontario’s PC government will leave the next generation better off.
“I hope they’ll have other things that are more recent,” Hans Marotte said about Tory criticism of 25-year-old comments.