Teachers Take a Stand to Restore Services
BC teachers have never shied away from speaking up on behalf of kids. That’s because over the decades we’ve seen what a difference quality learning conditions can make for all students. Now we’re taking a stand to help restore lost services and specialist teachers.
Teachers talk to MLAs
- Letter to members - from Jinny Sims, Oct 6, 2005
- Taking a stand
- Teachers offer proposal for settlement. #13, Oct 20, 2005
- Municipalities take a stand. #12, Oct 20, 2005
- Administrators take a stand. #11, Oct 19, 2005
- Incredible support for teachers. #10, Oct 18, 2005
- Public support continues to grow! #9, Oct 17, 2005
- Support continues to pour in for teachers. #8, Oct 17, 2005
- Tremendous support for teachers. #7, Oct 14, 2005
- Bill 12 introduced to keep kids in class. #6, Oct 14, 2005
- More and more support is pouring in. #5, Oct 12, 2005
- Supportive rallies around the province on October 11, 2005. #4, Oct 12, 2005
- Support from all quarters. #3, Oct 10, 2005
- British Columbians support teachers taking action. #2, Oct 10, 2005
- Respect for the law. #1, Oct 7, 2005
- Bargaining Bulletins
- News releases
- BCTF to recommend conditional "Yes" vote on Ready blueprint for settlement. Oct 21, 2005
- Teachers propose solutions; government remains entrenched. Oct 20, 2005
- Support continues to grow for teachers. Oct 13, 2005
- Teachers vote to take a stand in protest of Bill 12. Oct 5, 2005
- Government should invest in education not advertising. Oct 4, 2005
- Legislated contract won't solve problems, won't help meet the needs of students or teachers. Oct 3, 2005
- BCTF salary proposal tries to keep up with teaching colleagues in other parts of Canada. Sept 23, 2005
- Employer is simply making up numbers, teachers say. Sept 16, 2005.
- Teachers see guaranteed learning conditions as top priority among bargaining objectives. Sept 6, 2005
- Teachers remain committed to improving classroom conditions. Sept 1, 2005
- School Staff Alerts
- BCTF advertisements
Anti-teacher legislation print ad
The Kids matter, teachers care television advertisement is available in 4 languauges. Click the desired language link below to view.
The It's about their learning conditions print ad is also available.
- A note from your teachers
The BCTF is sending regular bulletins to all MLAs to help provide them with important information on current issues in education.
We are highlighting a number of articles which appeared in the alternative media in 2005.