Political Action and Public Education

The Political Action Committee works to promote the teaching profession, protect collective bargaining, and defend public education. The goal of the committee is to educate our members and the public through political activism at the Federal, Provincial, and Municipal levels.

The Political Action Committee meets approximately once a month in the ETT Office. Individual sub-committees often meet more frequently.

Campaign for Public Education (CPE) is inviting parent networks & groups across Toronto to join a dinner meeting to prepare for the October Trustee
The Ontario provincial election is fast approaching. Get the latest information and resources here. Be sure to check back for updates. Workshop Electoral Readiness
Brought to you by the ETT Political Action and Public Education Committee This survey is designed to evaluate your administration, school environment, and working
The Elementary Teachers of Toronto Executive brings the following Campaign Plan that outlines the steps it will take in the coming months to make
As teachers we’ve faced unprecedented uncertainty. The last two years have tested our resolve. There have been challenging classroom conditions with limited resources. We
On March 7, 2022 from 5:00 p.m.–7:00 p.m., the Elementary Teachers of Toronto Political Action/Public Education (PA/PE) committee invites you to our Electoral Readiness workshop where
Brought to you by the ETT Political Action Committee This survey is designed to evaluate your Administration, School Environment, and Working Conditions. It is
Brought to you by the ETT Political Action Committee This survey is designed to evaluate your Administration, School Environment, and Working Conditions. It is
Unfortunately, as a result of the school and ETT Office closures, the school evaluation survey and results will be unavailable this year. For additional

Executive Liaison(s)

Kwabena Frimpong

416-393-9930 x223

kfrimpong@ett.on.ca

Roz Geridis

416-393-9930 x226

rgeridis@ett.on.ca

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