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Kim Brown writes about getting the technology and accommodations she needed to succeed as an occasional teacher.
Jennifer Matsalla reflects on working with Cree-Métis artist Rebecca Baird to create a school mural and incorporate Indigenous knowledge and community into her arts program.


Karen Brown

I want to begin this final column of the year with a thank you to all the educators who have made such a tremendous impact on public schools and students this year.

Sharon O'Halloran

The story of ETFO is, in many ways, the story of the fight for women and women’s rights, beginning with equal pay for women, fighting for pregnancy and parental leave – later adopted across the province – and ensuring that women’s voices are heard at decision-making tables.

Izida Zorde

The summer issue of Voice is our Women’s issue, an opportunity to celebrate the teaching work, achievements and organizing of women.


By Chad Mills
Chad Mills reflects on why public schools need more Black educators.
By Gordon Nore

For most of my 21 years as an elementary educator, I’ve worked as a teacher-librarian. One of the delights of my role is selecting new materials to share with colleagues and students. One of the challenges is finding books that reflect the diversity of the children I teach and their families.

By Amrita Kaul
Amrita Kaul writes about the ways in which chronic underfunding of public schools and large classes have stretched Special Education resources.