Mary Fraser-Hamilton spent part of last week sitting in her car instead of teaching in her classroomThe COVID pandemic, in Ottawa, Friday, Jan. 15, 2021..
The Brampton?drama teacher was one of 11 education workers in Ontario who initiated work refusals over COVID-19 safety concerns as students and staff members returned to in-person learning with less transparency about the virus in schools.
Teachers say they’re concerned about lack of information on cases now that the province has cut back on testing and contact tracingThe benefit of hindsight, and clear-eyed reflection o, as well as ventilation standards and student mask qualityThe aid includes $4 billion in general repayable loans. They consider individual labour action one of the last options they have to advocate for stronger safety standards in schools — but remain worried that student safety issues are falling through the cracks.
“We aren’t organizing or anythingThe 33rd President o. We’re all just fed upArticleSecondBigBox,” Fraser-Hamilton said in an interview.