B.C. Teachers' Federation

Teachers urged to watch their tempersMarch 11, 2015

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A story in the North Shore News last month described punishment for a teacher who had a meltdown at school, blaming his “undisciplined, unmotivated, socially unaware and low-functioning” students. Those...

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Standardized tests in three subjects now underway in B.C. schoolsJanuary 21, 2015

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B.C. students in Grades 4 and 7 will be writing standardized tests this month and next in reading, writing and numeracy amid continuing arguments by adults about whether the tests...

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Teachers will vote Wednesday on binding arbitration proposalSeptember 9, 2014

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Teachers will vote Wednesday on their union’s proposed framework for settling a contract dispute with government through binding arbitration. The B.C. Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) has expressed confidence that its members...

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Teachers use social media to debate strike voteJune 9, 2014

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As tensions were building last month between teachers and government, a media relations officer for the B.C. Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) tweeted: “This will be a strike like no other. More...

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Limited job action by B.C. teachers to begin WednesdayApril 21, 2014

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Here we go again. Teachers plan to begin a Stage 1 job action Wednesday in response to unsuccessful contract talks with government during the past year.  This limited job action...

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Bargaining blues, but full-scale teacher strike not expected soonApril 4, 2014

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The government expects some sort of job action by B.C. teachers before the end of this school year but not a full-scale walkout, the CBC reported Friday. That information came...

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Court transcript feeds government-teacher tensionFebruary 13, 2014

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As bargaining between the government and B.C. teachers was about to resume Wednesday, the NDP dropped a bombshell  that could make it even more difficult for the two side to...

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No compensation for teachers injured during lunch-time sportsNovember 24, 2013

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  B.C. teachers may become increasingly reluctant to participate in sports games with students at lunch time as a result of recent decisions from the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal. The...

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Pro-D for B.C. teachers, Oct. 25October 24, 2013

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  Wondering what teachers will do Friday when schools are closed for a province-wide professional development day? Here are some of the conferences organized for them by the B.C. Teachers'...

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