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What you need to know about the school reform bill, and where you can find it

When it comes to school reform, the Ontario legislature is busy and it is no surprise that there are so many bills and pieces of legislation floating around.

There are more than 300 bills being debated at this time of year.

As of March, the government has introduced more than a dozen bills to address school finance and to address education in general.

Here is a list of what is currently going on.

The school finance bill will change the way Ontario’s school finance system works.

This bill will require teachers to be paid the same as non-teaching staff for the first year of their contract.

Teachers are already required to make a $1,500 contribution toward their students’ school fees every year, which is the standard that has been in place since 2012.

A teacher would also have to contribute an additional $1.5 million a year towards their students.

After the initial $1 million contribution, teachers would also be required to contribute up to $3.5 billion annually toward the cost of educating students.

This would include $1 billion annually to cover the cost for renovations, upgrades, upgrades and renovations.

Another $1-billion contribution would be needed to cover additional renovations that would be necessary to ensure that schools are in compliance with Ontario’s curriculum standards.

All this money would go to teachers.

Some of the other measures that the government is proposing include a $4-billion budget surplus in 2020-21 and a $5-billion surplus in 2021-22, to help fund teacher salaries.

Students would also receive an additional tuition relief of $10 per student per year starting in 2021.

This will help to provide extra financial support for students who are at risk of falling behind in their tuition payments.

In total, the budget surplus and a surplus in the future will total about $15 billion over the next five years.

Other bills will address the effects of the school finance reform bill on schools, and a number of other issues related to schools.

These bills also include: The Education Act, which changes the education system and establishes new requirements for teachers to teach in Ontario.

This bill also requires teachers to take on a mandatory certification to be able to teach, which would be required for all new hires.

Higher Education Act which increases the minimum age for students to take their diploma, and makes it a crime to take a diploma from another school.

This could also lead to teachers being forced to take exams that would put them out of work.

Student and teachers union bills, including: An Ontario Secondary School Act that increases the amount of time students have to complete their degrees to complete at least 25% of the coursework.

Students who fail to meet their degree requirement can be sent to a special program, which will allow them to retake up to three years of school if they are successful.

This program can be transferred to other universities.

An Ontario Secondary Teachers’ Federation Act that gives teachers the right to be represented by a union to represent their teachers.

This includes the right for teachers in other provinces to unionize.

Progressive Conservative Bill , which allows teachers to opt out of mandatory mandatory exams.

Finally, the Progressive Conservative government has also introduced a new bill that would allow parents to take out loans to finance their children’s education.

This legislation is similar to the Ontario Parenting Act and the Ontario Education Act.

Sources: Ontario Education Ministry, Ontario Student and Teachers Union, Canadian Federation of Teachers, Canadian Press, Ontario Federation of Labour, Progressive Conservatives, Progressive Liberal Party, Liberal Party of Ontario, Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, Ontario Secondary Schools, Ontario Teachers Union