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Working together to advocate for public education and better schools for BC. Year of Provincial Action. Purpose. To engage individual members and schools. To demonstrate provincial unity. To get earned media across the province.

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Working together to advocate for public education and better schools for bc

Working together to advocate for public education and better schools for BC

Year of Provincial Action

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

Purpose

  • To engage individual members and schools.

  • To demonstrate provincial unity.

  • To get earned media across the province.

  • To highlight the various themes in the Better Schools for BC plan.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

October

Investing in public education

Presentations from theBCTF executive and locals to the Legislature’s Select Standing Committeeon Finance.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

October

Investing in public education

Informing MLAs and provincial decision-makers of the cutbacks that have hurt public education in BC.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Investing in public education

Investing in public education

October

Lobbying for more funding to reduce class sizes, improve the student-educator ratio, increase support for children with special needs, and restore learning specialist positions.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

November

Child poverty

Teachers across BC can wear “End Child Poverty” stickers.

The band-aid sticker was designed to invite discussion about finding long-term solutions, not just quick fixes.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

November

Child poverty

  • A petition drivewill call on local and provincial governments tolaunch a comprehensiveand accountable poverty reductionplan.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

December

Valuing diversity

Mark December 10, the United Nations’ Human Rights Day, by shining a light on every child.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

December

Valuing diversity

Light candles, or otherlights, to represent eachunique student at a schooland celebrate diversity, promote antibullying, and show the value of inclusivity.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

January

Authentic assessment

Large “mark-ins” at malls, or other public spaces, to give teachers the opportunity to connect with parents and the public.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

January

Authentic assessment

Teachers will be able to talk about the authentic assessment they do every day in BC’s classrooms.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Year of provincial action

February

Bargaining rights

Wear black on “Black Monday” to mark the 11th anniversary of Bills 27 and 28 and the damage done over the decade since.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Bargaining rights

Bargaining rights

February

Lobby MLAs as they return to the Legislature and potentially debate new legislation on teacher bargaining.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Specialist teachers in every school

Specialist teachers in every school

March

Call on government to restore learning specialist positions like teacher-librarians, counsellors, and special education teachers.

Public demonstrations with silhouettes of teachers to represent the hundreds of “missing” specialist teachers in BC.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Class size and composition

Class size and composition

April

Mark the start of the provincial election campaign with Burma shaves across the province.

Put focus on education issues at the start of the campaign period by reaching out to local media outlets looking for local angles to the election.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Advocating for public education

May

Advocating for public education

Get out the vote activities, including Burma shaves, to encourage members to vote and the public to make education a vote-determining issue.

BC Teachers’ Federation


Lobby your new mla

June

Lobby your new MLA

Give teachers the opportunity to meet their new or re-elected MLA at a local-organized event.

Let the MLAs hear from teachers and hold them accountable to make improvements to education.

BC Teachers’ Federation


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