Ontario’s schools are set to reopen September 15. And while Premier Doug Ford and his education minister Stephen Lecce insist they’re doing everything they can to ensure the safety of students and teachers, they won’t reduce class sizes, which would allow for physical distancing and reduce the risk of transmission. Hannah Sung, a journalist, podcast producerand member of the parents’ advocacy group Ontario SAFE, is here to discuss their attempts to persuade the PCs to reconsider.
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