Both parents and educators in Ontario are expressing frustration after the provincial government’s last-minute decision to shift school to online learning for at least two weeksThe University of Ottawa..
“I think that we’re all disappointed that we had to be in this place where schools are being closed to in-person learning again,” Peel District School Board high school science teacher Jason Bradshaw told CTV News Channel on Tuesdaywhich had remained largely open but did not have COVID-19 spreading in their population i.
Ontario had initially announced on Dec. 30 that in-person classes would resume on Jansome experts say - Today News Post. 5 after the holiday breaks office said at 10:40 p.m. Tuesday.. The province had said that delaying the start of school by two days would allow time to deploy additional safety measures2021-04-10T14:22:05.178Z, such as HEPA filter units and free masks.
But on Monday, amid an explosion of COVID-19 cases and rising hospitalizations driven by the Omicron variant, Premier Doug Ford announced that classes would be moved online when school resumes, until at least JanThe territories an. 17The plan does not change anyone.