How Government Cuts to OSAP are A Streaming Issue

Last month, under Premier Doug Ford’s leadership the province announced cuts to free tuition to university and colleges for low-income students.

Under the former Liberal government, families earning up to $175,000 could qualify for some funding. However, the Ministry of Universities and Colleges announced that although low-income students would still receive grants, the income threshold would be lowered to $140,000 and part of the grants would be converted into loans instead.

However, lowering the threshold of post-secondary education will make the possibility of attending university or college very limited for low-income students.


CASE General Membership Meeting

Join the Coalition for Alternatives to Streaming in Education (CASE) on Friday, November 2, 2018 for our first meeting of the General Membership.

We’ll be discussing our upcoming work, how you can get involved and the various changes happening locally and provincially. Hope to see you there!


Recap of Community Strategy Session to End Academic Streaming

On Friday, April 27, the Coaltion for Alternatives to Streaming in Education was joined by more than thirty community members, organizations and other stakeholders to develop a shared vision for ending streaming once and for all.


Engaging with the TDSB Multi-Year Strategic Plan

The Toronto District School Board trustees and staff have developed and released a Multi-Year Strategic Plan (MYSP). Read how CASE engaged with the TDSB by providing feedback towards the final document.