Ensuring Students Receive the Best, Stable Learning Experience Possible with a Plan To Catch Up
After two years of disruptions due to the pandemic, our PC government today launched its Plan to Catch Up for the 2022-23 school year.
“We have a plan for students to catch up, including the largest tutoring program in Ontario’s history, a modernized skills-focused curriculum to prepare students for the jobs of tomorrow, and enhanced mental health supports,” said Stephen Lecce, MPP for King-Vaughan and Minister of Education.
The plan starts with students back in classrooms, on time, with the full school experience including extracurriculars like clubs, band and field trips. It includes five key components:
- Getting kids back in classrooms in September, on time, with a full school experience that includes extra-curriculars like clubs, band, and field trips;
- New tutoring supports to fill gaps in learning;
- Preparing students for the jobs of tomorrow;
- Providing more money to build schools and improve education; and
- Helping students with historic funding for mental health supports.