As schools across the province grapple with a shortage of occasional teachers, the Ontario Teachers’ Federation has declined the government’s request to allow retired teachers to work up to 95 days a year.

For the past three years, a retired teacher could work up to 95 days before there was a pension penalty, the idea being to help school boards cope with a shortage of trained occasional teachers during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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That limit has now been reduced back to 50 days annually, where it was before 2020-21.

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