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 Teacher's union decision - how serious is it?

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FVBasketballFan



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PostSubject: Teacher's union decision - how serious is it?   Tue May 22, 2012 7:01 pm

The BC Teacher's voted 73% in favour of not supporting teachers extra-curricular programs, including coaching.

Given that the majority of BC's school coaches are also teachers, is there a strong likelihood that we could see a cancellation of next year's high school sports?

This post isn't a judgement on this action, but am wondering how serious this is, and if any of these coach/teachers had any thoughts they'd be willing to share on the forum? It would be a shame to see the students and athletes pulled into this fight, but I'm not sure the coaches - whether they support this decision or not - would have much choice in the matter.

I appreciate your comments and thoughts, and thanks in advance for sharing.
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PostSubject: Re: Teacher's union decision - how serious is it?   Tue May 22, 2012 9:02 pm

Less than 40% of all coaches in BCSS are public school teachers. I do not have a breakdown of % of basketball coaches that are public school teachers.
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