Elementary school teachers in Ontario continue to hold a series of one-day strikes across the province and are looking forward to "Super Tuesday" — the largest day of job action, and the biggest trick left in a bag already bordering on empty.
Parents in Toronto and several other major school districts will be affected by Tuesday's strikes, when Toronto elementary school teachers walk off the job with seven other boards and leave hundreds of thousands of students in the cold.
The Toronto Star reports that parents have been rushing to make alternate arrangements for childcare. Some children will be brought to work; others will be watched by daycares, family friends or parents of other students.
After that, the rolling strikes will continue across the province. But one questions the effect they will have on pressuring the government to bend.
The Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario (ETFO) has saidRead More »from Will ‘Super Tuesday’ be last big splash in Ontario teachers’ strike?