Sarah Miller's blog
Sarah Miller was born and raised on Vancouver Island in British Columbia. She is a strong advocate for public education, helping organize a local FACE (Families Against Cut to Education) group and working with teachers, local politicians and other parent groups to bring awareness to issues in public education and the need for better funding. Along with public education she is also passionate about the environment, sustainability, human rights and social justice. Follow her on Twitter [url=https://twitter.com/waitinginBC]@WaitinginBC[/url].
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog June 23 Sarah Miller | After the B.C. Liberals' bizarre throne speech yesterday -- which consisted of mostly ideas stolen from the NDP platform -- let's look at a few possible explanations for this sudden change of heart.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog May 10 Sarah Miller | In a nail biting election where the outcome is still uncertain, one thing is clear: Citizens want change.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog May 8 Sarah Miller | Tomorow B.C. will decide if we want four more years of corruption or a much-needed change in government -- please have your voice heard and VOTE.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog May 1 Sarah Miller | Clark's rude reaction to a citizen in advance of the election has sparked a social media outpour of #IamLinda.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog April 29 Sarah Miller | Our public education system can't handle any more of the Liberals' neglect.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog April 26 Sarah Miller | While the B.C. Liberals try to frame this election around whether we can afford an NDP government, Sarah Miller asks if we can afford another four years of Christy Clark.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog April 11 Sarah Miller | 'Twas the month before elections and all through B.C. the election ads were playing for everyone to see...|
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B.C. Liberals' one-time $25 million funding increase for education isn't new money, it's a cut reductionSarah Miller | After 14 years of devastating cuts to our public education funding in B.C., it will take a lot more then a one-time reduction in cuts to fix our public education system.
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Christy Clark gave $150,000 to a Haida Gwaii chief in business with her brother then forgot all about itSarah Miller | The B.C. premier made a donation of $150,000 to a federally funded First Nations school with no request or paper trail, that ends up benefiting her brother in a business deal worth millions.
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog May 4 Sarah Miller | Some B.C. school boards are finally deciding to take a stand against devastating funding cuts doled out yearly that are destroying our public education system.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog April 11 Sarah Miller | While the B.C. government spends untold amounts on advertising the $1,200 education grant, our public schools face another year of devestating cuts and closures.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog February 26 Sarah Miller | Written in response to the B.C. Minister of Education's recent interview, where he claimed only a few small groups think there is an issue with the funding of public education.|
|Blog - Sarah Miller's blog February 12 Sarah Miller | As people celebrate the victories of the Lower Mainland byelections, it's a good reminder that we aren't too far away from the next provincial elections.|