Topic: schooling under stress

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Hundreds of teachers unhappy with Manitoba's handling of pandemic: questionnaire

Two-thirds of Manitoba education workers strongly believe the province has not made education a priority in pandemic planning, according to a recent questionnaire filled out by more than 1,000 education workers in the province.
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Teachers, parents say loneliness, isolation eroding student mental health in pandemic year

Laurie Lachapelle says her seven-year-old son Penn was loving school this year, but his mood and mindset have taken a "huge nosedive" since Sudbury, Ont.-area schools closed in March and he transitioned to home learning. Educators who responded to a CBC questionnaire also expressed concern about the toll pandemic learning may be having on mental health.
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Examining the impact of this disrupted school year on the mental health of students

Educators in northeastern Ontario have identified the mental health of students as a key area of concern. We looked at what mental health service providers are seeing. Reporter Sarah MacMillan joined us with the final story in our series Schooling Under Stress.
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Families of students with special needs face stress, fears — but online learning not entirely negative

Ashley Gibson-Taylor of Sudbury was relieved when her six-year-old son Kai finally got a spot in a class for students with special needs, but was worried when in-person learning was put on hold in March due to surging COVID-19 cases. Educators responding to a CBC questionnaire react to how the pandemic has affected learning for students like Kai.
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Some 2 out of 3 educators in survey support mandatory vaccines for school staff

A CBC News questionnaire of local educators highlighted concerns about the safety of schools and mandatory vaccinations for staff. Unions, school board directors, and an employment lawyer weigh in.
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Majority of Manitoba teachers want mandatory COVID-19 vaccines for staff, questionnaire says

A majority of Manitoba education workers who answered a recent questionnaire are worried they'll catch COVID-19 on the job, and two-thirds think vaccines should be mandatory for all school staff.
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Special needs students have been particularly challenged by this pandemic

We continue our series "Schooling Under Stress"... The CBC's Sarah MacMillan joined us with a look at how special needs students in the northeast are faring.
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'Hardest year of my life:' Students and teachers are struggling with their mental health

"I have had several students comment with feeling that they are worthless, and not worth the effort," one educator told CBC News.
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Teachers in northwestern Ontario emphasize burnout concerns, student issues with virtual learning

Providing technical support, collapsing lesson plans to fit into new timeframes, and building new, interactive activities are just a few of the challenges northwestern Ontario teachers continue to face during the COVID-19 pandemic, as revealed in a new CBC questionnaires to educators.
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Calgary educators concerned students are falling behind, cheating more during pandemic

Teachers have had to take on more responsibilities than ever before — from enforcing COVID-19 health protocols to adapting to online teaching — but when it comes to getting through the curriculum, many say this year has been a slog. 
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Schooling Under Stress: educators in northwest concerned with student success

In a questionnaire e-mailed to teachers, some educators in northwestern Ontario told CBC News they have concerns over student success and how to keep students engaged.
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A little jab'll do ya: Some N.L. teachers back mandatory COVID vaccinations for school staff

A CBC News questionnaire recently sent to education professionals found support for requiring school staff in Newfoundland and Labrador to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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'COVID generation' of students falling behind, northeastern Ontario teachers worry about achievement gap

CBC News sent a questionnaire to education professionals across Canada to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. Nearly 9,500 responded, including dozens in northeastern Ontario who shared concerns with some promise for the future.
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Chaotic pace, no senior perks: High school grads end another disrupted year

Canadian Grade 12 students tell CBC News about their struggles adapting to learning differently this year, losing valuable face-time at school and missing the perks of senior year.
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With summer vacation looming, educators worry about lasting fallout of pandemic schooling

Many Canadian educators say they are behind on their teaching and worried about longer-term impacts on student learning from this unpredictable school year under the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly 9,500 teachers, principals, vice-principals and other education staff responded to a CBC News questionnaire.
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Hundreds of Manitoba teachers fear pandemic hurting students in school and beyond

The majority of Manitoba teachers fear their students are falling behind academically and will experience psychological impacts from the pandemic, according to a questionnaire filled out by Manitoba teachers and education workers.
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Teachers say most kids will rebound from pandemic school year, but they'll need help

CBC News sent a questionnaire to educators in eight provinces, including British Columbia. According to the responses, the long-term effects on students are a major concern among teachers.
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Some teachers' unexpectedly low priority for vaccine among sore points of pandemic year

A lack of information from government, changing operational plans, and the constant responsibility of making sure children have their masks on and their hands sanitized and are socially distanced is why one teacher in the Fredericton area describes this past year as the most difficult in their career. 
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Students have fallen behind during the pandemic, teachers say, and some may never catch up

A CBC News questionnaire of local educators highlighted concerns about how the pandemic has affected students' ability to learn and connect with school. Students, unions, school boards and experts weigh in.
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'The challenge was real' for Nova Scotia teachers in a pandemic school year

CBC News sent a questionnaire to thousands of education professionals to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. In Nova Scotia, 1,125 people responded.
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Teachers worry for students' futures as questionnaire reveals growing gaps

Kitchener teachers Michelle Shannon and Jim Fare say they're worried about how students are faring during the pandemic.
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Calgary area educators mentally and physically exhausted from teaching during pandemic

CBC News sent a questionnaire to thousands of education professionals to find out how they and their students are doing in this extraordinary school year. Nearly 9,500 responded. More than 2,100 of them were from the Calgary region.
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Some P.E.I. educators support mandatory vaccines for school staff

A questionnaire by CBC News found almost 70 per cent of education professionals who responded believe vaccines should be mandatory for school staff, and more than 60 per cent of the respondents from P.E.I. agreed.

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