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“A Perfect Storm of Stress”: Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools in Year Two of the COVID-19 Pandemic

2022

“A Perfect Storm of Stress”: Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools in Year Two of the COVID-19 Pandemic

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This report was published by People for Education.

HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:

Last year, People for Education’s Annual Ontario School Survey (AOSS) 2020–21 detailed a story of both challenges and innovation among the province’s publicly-funded schools. This year’s AOSS 2021–22 data illuminate a system — and the individuals inside of it — on the brink of breakdown. Students, educators, and school boards across the province have been pushed to their limits, with inadequate resources and little respite. The findings in this report explore the 965 responses People for Education gathered from principals across Ontario, representing 70 of the 72 publicly-funded school boards in the province. Their perspectives articulate the challenging circumstances facing their school communities.

Hodgson-Bautista, J.,  Liu Hopson, R., & Pearson, J. (2022). “A Perfect Storm of Stress”: Ontario’s Publicly Funded Schools in Year Two of the COVID-19 Pandemic. People for Education. https://peopleforeducation.ca/report/2022-annual-report-on-schools-a-perfect-storm-of-stress/

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