Remember When...

January 2019: The future of Full-Day Kindergarten came under question and was only guaranteed for one more school year.  Keeping Full Day Kindergarten


January 2019:  The government considered removing caps on class sizes in the Primary Division and launched consultations with “education partners”. Removing Kindergarten & Primary Class Caps


January 2020:  Children’s Mental Health Ontario published a report saying that the wait lists for Children’s Mental Health services had more than doubled since Ford took office. Waitlist for Children's Mental Health Doubles


January 2021:  Ford distributed less than one-quarter of the rapid tests he received despite acknowledging their importance in opening up schools safely. 1/4 of RAT distributed


January 2021:  Doctors urged Ford to prioritize the opening of schools over other sectors and asked for extra measures to be in place to get back to class safely.  We all know how that went. Doctors Urge Ford


Feburary 2019: Hired a former PC candidate as chair for EQAO with an annual salary of $140,000 (the position was previously $3,600 and part-time). Chair of EQAO Salary


February 2019: Drafted a proposal to merge smaller school boards which could cause important resources to be further spread out.  Merging Smaller School Boards


February 2019:  Planned to cut money from autism agencies and give money directly to parents (vouchers).  Cut Money From Autism Agencies

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