Following the recent AGM, the NDTA Executive for 2018/19 will be:
If any members are interested in stepping up to fill vacant positions they can contact the NDTA office.
Following the recent AGM, the NDTA Executive for 2017-18 will be:
Of course all teachers across the province were excited when we won our landmark Supreme Court victory last November. Since then, most of us have been waiting impatiently wondering how our newly restored language would be implemented. The attached documents relate to the agreement on the process for this implementation. Please take the time to read these over. Also, don't forget tomorrow's general meeting at the Nelson District Chamber of Commerce board room at 4:15. This is your time to ask questions and get informed. A vote on the agreed implementation process will take place later this week. Hope to see you tomorrow.
You and your students are invited to participate in the Poverty Free BC Week of Action, which runs from February 25 through March 4. Each day of the week will focus on one of the seven pillars of the BC Poverty Reduction Coalition’s Poverty Reduction Plan. The week will end with a rally at noon on March 4 at the main branch of the Vancouver Public Library.
The Poverty Free BC Week of Action resources for teachers document, on the BCTF antipoverty action group webpage provides a list of resources and activities to use throughout the week.
Lower Mainland teachers and students are welcome to attend the many events taking place throughout the week. For a description of the each event, visit the Poverty Free BC Action Week page on the BCPRC website.
On February 28, the action day focussing on public education, teachers and the public are invited to participate in the BCTF’s Hungry to Learn Webinar on Poverty and Education in BC. This webinar will take place from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Register for this event at https://app.webinarjam.net/register/13360/f4528276ff . More details will be available soon.
On February 28 and during the week of action, we encourage BCTF members to host an event in your school, local, or community to help make poverty an election issue. The Hungry to learn PowerPoint presentation and Hungry to learn speaking notes were developed to support teachers in raising awareness of the impact of poverty on BC students and families and the need for a poverty reduction plan in our province.
Below a copy of the 2013-2019 Collective Agreement. This agreement has not yet been signed off as we are holding off until the 2002 language has been reinserted, but it is in effect.
Below is the most recent Education Change Bulletin.
The BCTF has just announced that they have reached an interim agreement with the BC Public School Employers' Association and government as a first step in the process to implement the collective agreement language recently restored by Supreme Court. Please see the news release and live stream press conference below.