Ongoing CCPA analysis of Ontario education funding

CCPA's Ontario office is closely following ongoing changes to education funding in the province. The following analysis looks at the impacts of the changes on students, educators and communities. 

No new money for schools in Ontario fiscal update
CCPA's Ontario office breaks down what the fall provincial fiscal update says about education funding. 
November 7, 2019 | Ontario Office 

The board-by-board impact of larger class sizes and mandatory e-learning
Our updated interactive maps shows how many educators each school board stands to lose under currently-approved provincial policy. 
October 30, 2019 | Ontario Office

Should Ontarians settle for six thousand fewer teachers?
In the midst of ongoing contract talks between government and educators, CCPA analyzes a proposal that would result in 6,000 fewer teachers in the province. 
October 25, 2019 | Ontario Office

As the new school year starts, Ontario school boards are strapped for cash. Here’s by how much.
Our interactive map shows how each school board will be affected by province-wide education funding cuts during the 2019-2020 school year. 
September 4, 2019 | Ontario Office

Alors que la nouvelle année scolaire débute, les conseils scolaires de l’Ontario sont à court d’argent. Voici les chiffres.
Ca carte interactive montre la modification au total des subventions, la modification au total des subventions en pourcentage et la modification au financement par élève pour les conseils scolaires de l’Ontario dans toute la province, 2019-2020. 
4 Septembre, 2019| Ontario Office

Ontario’s blame game: financial literacy and the inadequate status quo
In the wake of fallout from cuts to education, we look at how the Ontario government is scrambling to change the channel by appointing some new faces and introducing superficial financial literacy programs. 
July 16, 2019 | Ontario Office

Audience relations: Populist narratives and Ontario education cuts
The Ontario government continues to make cuts to education while making populist excuses to justify its actions. 
June 19, 2019 | Ontario Office

Education funding: If it looks like a cut and it hurts like a cut, then it probably is a cut
The Ontario government's 2019 education budget may seem like a funding increase...until you take a closer look.  
April 25, 2019 | Ontario Office

Ontario budget funding shortfall starts out bad—and gets worse fast
Ontario's austerity budget leaves a major shortfall in healthcare and education funding.
April 16, 2019 | Ontario Office

Public education: Its strength is our numbers
Thousands of people have marched in protest of Ontario education cuts, proving that there is widespread support for decent public services and well-resourced classrooms. 
April 10, 2019 | Ontario Office

The damage done: Neoliberalism’s broken record on education
When it comes to meeting the needs of our kids and funding schools accordingly, neoliberal education reform is one broken record we should permanently discard. 
March 7, 2019 | Ontario Office

Time for a course correction in Ontario school funding: report
This report provides a new blueprint to fix Ontario’s flawed, decades-old education funding formula. 
March 26, 2018 | Ontario Office