BCTF heading back to court over class size

by | Jun 19, 2012 | Blog, Teachers



BCTF heading back to court over class size

by | Jun 19, 2012 | Blog, Teachers | 0 comments


The BC Teachers’ Federation is going back to the BC Supreme Court to ask the court to restore provisions that would give the teachers the right to bargain class size, class composition and student-teacher ratios. This follows the enactment by the liberal government of Bill 22, a far ranging bill, in response to the BC Supreme Court’s decision in favour of the BCTF in April 2011. While Bill 22 restores the bargaining rights that were in dispute, this will not be effective until 2013.

For background information see Courts Uphold Collective Bargaining Rights for BC Teachers’ Federation.

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