Cornwall's headline on this piece has me scratching my head.
It says "Schools closing," yet is entirely about a new round of accommodation review committees scheduled to begin after classes resume this fall in the Upper Canada District School Board. The reviews come out of the board's now infamous "Boundary 20/20" exercise, possibly the only capital planning initiative that drew the wrath of the Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario.
OK, perhaps it's reasonable to assume the reviews would result in school closures. However, the headline also seems to predetermine an outcome.
School closures if necessary but not necessarily school closures, to riff a misquoted Mackenzie King line?
I hope the newspaper's education reporter, if they have a single reporter dedicated to it, and headline writers shore up on things over the summer before the committee begins its work or the headlines will make it always seem like the decision is past.