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Arbitrator rules that compliance with kindergarten class size regulations is required only as of determination date

A recent arbitral decision clarified the requirements that must be satisfied in order for a school board to comply with regulations in Ontario regarding kindergarten class sizes. The Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario (the “ETFO”) filed a grievance claiming that...

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Labour Relations OLRB Sheds Light on Central and Local Bargaining

In OSSTF v Ontario,[1] the Ontario Labour Relations Board (“OLRB”) offered helpful insight into the education sector’s two-tiered collective bargaining regime. In its decision, the OLRB dealt with two applications brought by the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (“OSSTF”): one...

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Human Rights Tribunal Finds School Board Provided Reasonable Accommodations for Student with ASD

The Human Rights Tribunal of Ontario recently dismissed an application made by a mother on behalf of her son, a Grade 2 student diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and a learning disability.  She alleged that the Upper Grand District...

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Are you Ready for Work-to-Rule?

School boards, superintendents and principals should prepare for the potential for labour unrest given the current political climate in Ontario. A work-to-rule campaign is one strategy often employed by unions representing elementary and secondary school teachers and support staff to...

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Surreptitious Recordings Offend a Student’s Right to Privacy at School

In R v Jarvis, the Supreme Court of Canada convicted a high school teacher of voyeurism after finding that students had a reasonable expectation of privacy while at school. The teacher in question taught at a high school in London,...

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School Board’s Expulsion of Grade 2 Student Upheld

In this decision, the Child and Family Services Review Board (the “Review Board”) upheld the decision of the Upper Grand District School Board (the “School Board”) to expel a Grade 2 student for physically assaulting an educational assistant (“EA”) on...

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Government Announces “Education That Works for You”

Last week, during Ontario’s March Break, Education Minister Lisa Thompson announced several key changes to Ontario’s education system, under the banner “Education that Works for You.” Curriculum and Class Size Revisions to the Health and Physical Education curriculum, to take...

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Court of Appeal Finds Contract Between University and Student

In Lam v. University of Western Ontario, 2019 ONCA 82, the Ontario Court of Appeal confirmed that a court may take jurisdiction over a claim that arises from an academic dispute between a student and a university. Facts Simon Lam...

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What’s Happening

Please join us for another Morning Recess webinar on Thursday, April 25 at 10:00 when we review the dos and don’ts of school excursions. Gillian Tuck Kutarna on April 5, 2019 will be presenting Trustee as Advocate for the Ontario...

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School Board Record Keeping Obligations

School boards are corporations pursuant to section 58.5(1) of the Education Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. E.2.  As a result, both school boards and directors of education are required to comply with certain corporate requirements under the Education Act, the Corporations...

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An Educator's Guide to Internet and Social Media Law in the Classroom

Ce nouvel ouvrage rédigé par Nadya Tymochenko et Gillian Tuck Kutarna (biographies seulement en anglais) traite d’un vaste éventail de sujets d’intérêt pour les professionnels de l’éducation dans le monde virtuel d’aujourd’hui.

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Webinaires sur le droit lié à l'éducation

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