After School is the official publication of Active Retired Members of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation, Chapter 12 Toronto (ARM C12). Opinions expressed in After School are those of the respective authors and do not necessarily reflect the policies of ARM Chapter 12 or of the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation. Submissions are always welcome but if submitted in hard copy, will not be returned. All submissions are subject to editing for length and style while respecting the author’s intentions. For more information, go to: After School Editorial Board
Editorial Team: Ronda Allan; Chris Aslanidis, Michelle Barraclough, Charles Hawkes, Jim Mile, Manfred Netzel, Ed Preston, Paul Rook and Neil Walker. Newsletter contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is the second half of the Spring Issue of After School. In this issue you will find tributes to our Associate Editor, Ed Preston, who recently passed away; Ed’s final essay reflecting on the meaning and impact of this winter’s trucker protests in Ottawa; Michelle Barraclough’s colourful travelogue of her recent trip to Guatemala, and much, much more. Thank you for taking the time to read After School.
The spring issue of After School has been split into two specific issues. The first is focused on the June 2 provincial election. It includes a list of OSSTF endorsed candidates for the GTA as well as a description of the OSSTF Strategic Action Plan for the election.
This event has been sold out! Thank you to all members who have signed up. Enjoy the show! Where the Blood Mixes by Kevin Loring After decades away, Christine returns to her First Nations Community, provoking her father’s memories of his time in the Residential School System. Together they must confront that legacy and … Continue reading “ARM Theatre Excursion: Where the Blood Mixes”
This is a compendium of resources to inform ARM members on the election issues, and to help them join other ARM and OSSTF members in making sure we elect a government that truly supports public education, public health care, the poor and disadvantaged and the environment.