crazy Horse wrote:Still kind of a goon tactic to cut extracurricular activities though. I am told by a teacher that is heavily involved in these activities that most of the teachers that volunteer for this want to keep doing it. They love it. It seems like the teachers that don't do any of this have decided to cut it out.
Wage increases for unionized workers are expected to be a little higher in 2012 than previously projected in both the private and public sectors. Unionized employees in the private sector can expect wage increases averaging 2.4 per cent, while those in the public sector will see their wages rise by an average of 1.7 per cent.
jesus wrote:Perhaps our politicians should stop practising politics with our schools then. It is entirely the provincial governments fault the schools are in the mess they are in but it is the teachers fault for falling into their trap.
The government has left the teachers no option besides cutting extra curricular's hurting students and making the teachers look bad.The teachers are falling for it. I'm not sure what the right thing to do is but what's happening is not right. As for yertle the turtle well if you are making 100k+ and have the time to ban phrases from children's books then I think we've found a place to trim some fat and free up some funding for schools.
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