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Teri Mooring May 19
I highly recommend to everyone who is concerned about the state of negotiations, listen to these interviews and compare and contrast. On The Coast with Gloria Macarenko - May 17, 2019: May 17, 2019 teacher negotiations
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BCTF May 18
BCTF President on discussing BCPSEA proposals (made on behalf of government and trustees) to make class sizes 𝘭𝘢𝘳𝘨𝘦𝘳 in many school districts and to 𝘳𝘦𝘮𝘰𝘷𝘦 𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘪𝘳𝘦𝘭𝘺 other protections won back through court.
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 18
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Joel French May 18
. giving an amazing speech to . Warns of attacks on public education in other provinces, calls on (sitting nearby) to work closely with teachers on issues here.
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Myrna McLean May 18
Honoring present and former presidents of the ATA.
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Sam Hammond May 18
and our 83,000 members stand in with & their members as they negotiate a new collective agreement.
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RadioLabour May 17
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 18
. takes the stage one final time. Wonderful moment.
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Angelo Gavrielatos May 17
”In Australia you segregate kids into private schools and public schools. And then in the public schools you segregate again according to talent and put kids into selective schools."⁦⁩ 👇🏻
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Alberta Teachers Association May 17
As we recognize the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia, the ATA is proud to support LGBTQ+ teachers and students today and every day. Learn more about our work on diversity, equity and human rights:
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Shelley L Morse May 17
Those comments r rich considering McNeil does the same all the time. Premier accuses teachers union of spreading misinformation | CBC News
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STF May 17
“Nobody really seems to be speaking out for the interests of children and the protection of that learning environment in our schools, and so we want to make sure that is kind of front and centre."
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 16
Our schools could not exist without them, yet they are often invisible. Who are we talking about? Find out here:
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 16
support personnel work with students throughout the school day, helping ensure quality education. Why are they so invisible outside the school building?
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 16
Understanding the invisible workforce: education support personnel’s roles, needs and the challenges they face
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 16
. a publié une étude (en anglais, la version française sera disponible prochainement) sur les rôles, les besoins et les défis auxquels sont confrontés les PSE . Consultez-la! .
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 16
Happy ! Today we celebrate that support personnel makes quality education a reality. Show them your appreciation!
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Shelley L Morse May 12
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Canadian Teachers' Federation May 14
Its ! At , we wear our jeans to support the initiatives of for the fight against breast cancer.
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Patrick Maze May 13
"We are already under-resourced, we are already under-funded," she said "Further cuts are only going to make the situation more severe." - teacher Jessica Brown Saskatoon public schools could face millions in cuts
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