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Lizanne Foster | Christy Clark said she was excited about the Supreme Court decision, but she was Minister of Education when the problems started.
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Teuila Fuatai | New BCTF president Glen Hansman discusses what's ahead including addressing gender inequality, lack of education funding in B.C. and the child poverty problem.
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Ella Bedard | We've got some energizing victories and momentous protests. Check it out!
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Janet Newbury | We have the capacity to strengthen our economy in ways that are equitable and sustainable. To do so, we must recognize the public sector as an asset to achieving social and economic well-being in B.C.
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Larry Kuehn | Teachers in B.C. will vote September 10 on support for a union proposal to send the current strike to arbitration and open classrooms for the new school year as soon as government says yes.
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Duncan Cameron | Lower public service wages do not lead to economic prosperity, and that's why we should all fight austerity budgeting.
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Sallie Boschung | Sallie Boschung is a Vancouver teacher and has a district position. She sees things with a bird's-eye view. And in that view, is a very, very broken system.
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Iglika Ivanova | The theory is very simple: resource development would lead to economic growth and economic growth would lead to higher wages for everyone, including teachers. But does it actually work in practice?
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Mick Sweetman | #thisismystrikepay is a hashtag that teachers and parents in B.C. are using to share photos of their kids on Twitter before the possible teachers' strike on Monday.
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Nassim Elbardouh | Nassim Elbardouh is a B.C. teacher. He believes in public education and believes his students are worth striking for in order to get the resources they need to get a good education.
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Seth Klein | If a compromise is to be reached in the current bargaining between B.C. teachers and the government, the long-standing issue of improving class size and composition must be resolved.
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Leila Darwish | The Council of Canadians BC-Yukon supports B.C. teachers who are standing up to the Christy Clark government to protect quality education for students and fair working conditions for teachers.