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Education

In addition to its members in the college system, OPSEU/SEFPO represents a large number of members working in universities and boards of education
More than ever, education is key to Ontario’s success
More than ever, education is key to Ontario’s success
OPSEU/SEFPO represents about 8,000 members working in boards of education as educational assistants, child and youth workers, designated early childhood educators, autism support workers, deaf blind interveners, lunch monitors, early childhood educators, clerical workers, IT specialists, Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) and ESL, among others.
More than ever, education is key to Ontario’s success
Sector 9 represents 6,066 members working in universities in 37 bargaining units throughout Ontario. We are professional and support staff, faculty, librarians, technical workers, special constables, and food and support services staff at post-secondary campuses.