3 responses to “B.C. Teachers confirm job action to begin on 6 September”

  1. Kimberly Brown

    Will job action also affect University students? Do university teachers belong to same union?

    Kindest regards,

    Kimberly Brown

    1. deewin

      Hi Kimberly,

      The job action will not effect university students, as professors belong to a different union.

      Thanks for your question!

  2. Adam

    I personally disagree with the teachers, the students are the ones suffering because of the job action, not the government the union or the school board. What I dont undestand is why they would make us suffer for dispute between the government over higher wages. They said they would produce report cards but with no grades on them, but the attendance is not even correct. I personally attended all classes since september 6 and I have 4 absences which outrages me, considering that the reports were only handed out for attendance. Therefore I completely disagree with teachers not assuming administrative duties since it will hurt and possibly damage a childs education.