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The Sudbury Star
Union leaders raise concerns in North Bay meetingand outdated labour laws in the province. It's part of the Make It Fair campai
Union leaders raise concerns in North Bay meeting
The Sudbury Star / Posted yesterday
and outdated labour laws in the province. It's part of the Make It Fair campaign launched in April by the Ontario Federation of Labour (OFL). In early spring last year, the Ontario government began a review of its employment laws, sending... Read more
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Northern Star
Hogan could lose Page, say bookmakerscome in. "The also got it wrong with me in 2013." Mr Hogan said the ReachTEL
Hogan could lose Page, say bookmakers
Northern Star / Posted yesterday
come in. "The also got it wrong with me in 2013." Mr Hogan said the ReachTEL polling last week, commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation, was predictably in favour of the Labor Party. The polling of 647 residents conducted on June 20 put... Read more
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Daily Examiner
“Bet on me,” says Hogan after seeing $3.50 oddscome in. “The also got it wrong with me in 2013.” Mr Hogan said the ReachTEL
“Bet on me,” says Hogan after seeing $3.50 odds
Daily Examiner / Posted yesterday
come in. “The also got it wrong with me in 2013.” Mr Hogan said the ReachTEL polling last week, commissioned by the NSW Teachers Federation, was predictably in favour of the Labor Party. The polling of 647 residents conducted on June 20 put... Read more
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Daily Examiner
Gonski funding a vote winner in Page says pollingGonski education funding is a vote winner for the ALP. In line with trends in
Gonski funding a vote winner in Page says polling
Daily Examiner / Posted 5 days ago
Gonski education funding is a vote winner for the ALP. In line with trends in other seats ReachTEL polling for the NSW Teachers Federations on June 20 shows a two-party preferred vote of 54-46 to the Labor Party. Federation president Maurie... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Budget boost for western NSW schools backlog of worksnumbers, their announcement today will not reduce the crippling school maintena
Budget boost for western NSW schools backlog of works
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
numbers, their announcement today will not reduce the crippling school maintenance backlog across NSW,” he said. The NSW Teachers Federation said more funding was needed. “The Budget allocation for maintenance of $330 million over two years... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Every student in Buffalo schools gets a free book, thanks to Buffalo Teachers FederationFor the fourth year in a row, the Buffalo Teachers Federation has distributed 3
Every student in Buffalo schools gets a free book, thanks to Buffalo Teachers Federation
The Buffalo News / Posted 6 days ago
For the fourth year in a row, the Buffalo Teachers Federation has distributed 35,000 new books to all Buffalo Public Schools students. The books, which are age and grade-level appropriate, were provided free of charge - except 70 cents for shipping... Read more
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Manning River Times
Standing upin green and cut a green 'Go Gonski' cake on Wednesday June 22. Taree West Pub
Standing up
Manning River Times / Posted 6 days ago
in green and cut a green 'Go Gonski' cake on Wednesday June 22. Taree West Public School teachers and members of NSW Teachers Federation are showing their support for Gonski funding. Teachers wore green and cut a ‘Go Gonski’ cake on... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms still won't meet demandbudget to deliver 1100 new classrooms in the next four years to help meet the b
NSW Budget 2016: $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms still won't meet demand
Western Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
budget to deliver 1100 new classrooms in the next four years to help meet the boom in student enrolments, but Labor and the Teachers Federation are warning it won't be nearly enough to meet projected demand. The classrooms will come in new schools... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NSW treasurer labelled a 'Grinch' over budget spendingthat followed years of budget neglect. "They put a fraction of that back today
NSW treasurer labelled a 'Grinch' over budget spending
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 7 days ago
that followed years of budget neglect. "They put a fraction of that back today and expect a lap of honour?" he said. NSW Teachers' Federation deputy president Gary Zadkovic said the additional money for new classrooms would not keep pace with the... Read more
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News.com.au
NSW budget leaves home buyers in lurcha record spend on education will take some pressure off schools struggling with
NSW budget leaves home buyers in lurch
News.com.au / Posted 7 days ago
a record spend on education will take some pressure off schools struggling with skyrocketing student enrolments. But NSW Teachers Federation deputy president Gary Zadkovich says spending on public school works and maintenance ($1 billion over... Read more
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Perth Now
NSW budget leaves home buyers in lurcha record spend on education will take some pressure off schools struggling with
NSW budget leaves home buyers in lurch
Perth Now / Posted 7 days ago
a record spend on education will take some pressure off schools struggling with skyrocketing student enrolments. But NSW Teachers Federation deputy president Gary Zadkovich says spending on public school works and maintenance ($1 billion over... Read more
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The Courier Mail
NSW budget leaves home buyers in lurcha record spend on education will take some pressure off schools struggling with
NSW budget leaves home buyers in lurch
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
a record spend on education will take some pressure off schools struggling with skyrocketing student enrolments. But NSW Teachers Federation deputy president Gary Zadkovich says spending on public school works and maintenance ($1 billion over... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classroomsneed for an additional 300,000 school places over the next 15 years; today's in
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms
Daily Liberal / Posted 7 days ago
need for an additional 300,000 school places over the next 15 years; today's initiative is a mere drop in the ocean." NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Gary Zadkovich agreed the investment did not go far enough. "We believe it will still... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classroomsneed for an additional 300,000 school places over the next 15 years; today's in
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms
The Border Mail / Posted 7 days ago
need for an additional 300,000 school places over the next 15 years; today's initiative is a mere drop in the ocean." NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Gary Zadkovich agreed the investment did not go far enough. "We believe it will still... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classroomsneed for an additional 300,000 school places over the next 15 years; today's in
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
need for an additional 300,000 school places over the next 15 years; today's initiative is a mere drop in the ocean." NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Gary Zadkovich agreed the investment did not go far enough. "We believe it will still... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classroomsdepartment documents show is expected to see at least 165,000 extra students in
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
department documents show is expected to see at least 165,000 extra students in the public system in 15 years' time. NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Gary Zadkovich said the investment did not go far enough. "We believe it will still... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classroomsdepartment documents show is expected to see at least 165,000 extra students in
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms
The Young Witness / Posted 7 days ago
department documents show is expected to see at least 165,000 extra students in the public system in 15 years' time. NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Gary Zadkovich said the investment did not go far enough. "We believe it will still... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classroomsdepartment documents show is expected to see at least 165,000 extra students in
NSW Budget 2016: Education gets almost $1 billion for 1100 new classrooms
Western Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
department documents show is expected to see at least 165,000 extra students in the public system in 15 years' time. NSW Teachers Federation Deputy President Gary Zadkovich said the investment did not go far enough. "We believe it will still... Read more
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The Telegraph
Hunger gnaws at Venezuela patienceto buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a r
Hunger gnaws at Venezuela patience
The Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
to buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a research group associated with the Venezuelan Teachers Federation. In April, it found that a family would need the equivalent of 16 minimum-wage salaries to properly feed... Read more
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CBC.ca
Humanitarian groups struggle to find new fundraising dollars as UN marks World Refugee Daycompanies who agreed to run ads to PayPal, which agreed to waive its fees for e
Humanitarian groups struggle to find new fundraising dollars as UN marks World Refugee Day
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
companies who agreed to run ads to PayPal, which agreed to waive its fees for every gift to the campaign. The Canadian Teachers Federation is promoting the campaign among its members and so is home store Rona. One activity is the ability to... Read more
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CBC.ca
Humanitarian groups struggle to find new fundraising dollars as UN marks World Refugee Daycompanies who agreed to run ads to PayPal, which agreed to waive its fees for e
Humanitarian groups struggle to find new fundraising dollars as UN marks World Refugee Day
CBC.ca / Posted 7 days ago
companies who agreed to run ads to PayPal, which agreed to waive its fees for every gift to the campaign. The Canadian Teachers Federation is promoting the campaign among its members and so is home store Rona. One activity is the ability to... Read more
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CTV News
World needs new way of looking at, helping refugee crisis, advocates saycompanies who agreed to run ads to PayPal, which agreed to waive its fees for e
World needs new way of looking at, helping refugee crisis, advocates say
CTV News / Posted 8 days ago
companies who agreed to run ads to PayPal, which agreed to waive its fees for every gift to the campaign. The Canadian Teachers Federation is promoting the campaign among its members and so is home store Rona. One activity is the ability to... Read more
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CNBC
Venezuelans ransack stores as hunger grips the nationto buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a r
Venezuelans ransack stores as hunger grips the nation
CNBC / Posted 8 days ago
to buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a research group associated with the Venezuelan Teachers Federation. In April, it found that a family would need the equivalent of 16 minimum-wage salaries to properly feed... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Economic collapse leads Venezuelans to riot over food shortagesto buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a r
Economic collapse leads Venezuelans to riot over food shortages
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
to buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a research group associated with the Venezuelan Teachers Federation. In April, it found that a family would need the equivalent of 16 minimum-wage salaries to properly feed... Read more
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Orange County Register
Venezuelans ransack stores as hunger grips the nationto buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a r
Venezuelans ransack stores as hunger grips the nation
Orange County Register / Posted 8 days ago
to buy food, according to the Center for Documentation and Social Analysis, a research group associated with the Venezuelan Teachers Federation. In April, it found that a family would need the equivalent of 16 minimum-wage salaries to properly feed... Read more
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Daily Liberal
TAFE training costs seven times lowervocational college costs taxpayers seven times more than at a public TAFE, acco
TAFE training costs seven times lower
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
vocational college costs taxpayers seven times more than at a public TAFE, according to new government figures. NSW Teachers Federation Dubbo organiser Duncan McDonald said the figure was unsurprising. Taxpayers forked out $73,200 per... Read more
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Daily Examiner
LETTERS: Do you give a Gonski?Plan. This will deprive schools in the Page electorate of some $204 million. T
LETTERS: Do you give a Gonski?
Daily Examiner / Posted 12 days ago
Plan. This will deprive schools in the Page electorate of some $204 million. This money would be spent by schools on extra teachers, resources and programs with much of the money bringing economic benefit to people and communities in the Page... Read more
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Daily Liberal
College’s future up for community discussionThe Dubbo organiser of the NSW Teachers’ Federation has urged the community to
College’s future up for community discussion
Daily Liberal / Posted 14 days ago
The Dubbo organiser of the NSW Teachers’ Federation has urged the community to speak out if it wants changes to Dubbo College. The Dubbo organiser of the NSW Teachers’ Federation has urged the community to speak out if it wants changes to Dubbo... Read more
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Northumberland Today
Gilchrist resigns as school trusteein the first place, but we’re happy to hear that he has done the right thing,”
Gilchrist resigns as school trustee
Northumberland Today / Posted 14 days ago
in the first place, but we’re happy to hear that he has done the right thing,” said Janie Kelly, Ontario Secondary School Teachers Federation District 14 president. “Mr. Gilchrist resigning, I think, shows that he is doing the right thing for the... Read more
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ABC 7 El Paso
LCPS board to discuss posssible resignation of superintendentsaying it was a personnel matter. Flores would only add the agenda speaks for i
LCPS board to discuss posssible resignation of superintendent
ABC 7 El Paso / Posted 16 days ago
saying it was a personnel matter. Flores would only add the agenda speaks for itself. ABC-7 also contacted the American Teachers Federation of New Mexico but they were not able to get to us before the story aired. The district spokeswoman... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Brisbane Times / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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The Border Mail
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
The Border Mail / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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The Courier
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
The Courier / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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The Young Witness
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
The Young Witness / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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Western Advocate
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Western Advocate / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Kiama Independent / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
12 related stories
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Manning River Times
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Manning River Times / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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The North West Star
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
The North West Star / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Daily Liberal / Posted 16 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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The Age
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
The Age / Posted 17 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languagesabout what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Am
Why students are turning away from learning foreign languages
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 17 days ago
about what is turning students off. "It's not for a lack of offering," said Amber Flohm, multicultural officer at the NSW Teachers Federation. "There's an oversupply of secondary language qualified teachers, and an under supply of primary... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Cosmetic surgery rider for Buffalo teachers likely to return for another votecosmetic surgery and put it in a reserve fund to cover future teacher salary in
Cosmetic surgery rider for Buffalo teachers likely to return for another vote
The Buffalo News / Posted 18 days ago
cosmetic surgery and put it in a reserve fund to cover future teacher salary increases, once the district and the Buffalo Teachers Federation agree on a new contract. “We have been told that it is not a good idea to do this,” Belton-Cottman said... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Isolated Wilcannia teachers 'feel more supported'Teachers at Wilcannia Central School 'feel more supported' after department mak
Isolated Wilcannia teachers 'feel more supported'
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 18 days ago
Teachers at Wilcannia Central School 'feel more supported' after department makes changes Photo: The NSW Teachers Federation says additional resources at Wilcannia Central School have made teachers feel more supported. (7.30 Report) The New South... Read more
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FOX News
Buffalo looks to excise free plastic surgery perk from teachers' contractsthe cut is likely to come with legal consequences, though some board members ar
Buffalo looks to excise free plastic surgery perk from teachers' contracts
FOX News / Posted 18 days ago
the cut is likely to come with legal consequences, though some board members are confident a court challenge by The Buffalo Teachers Federation would be defeated. BTF President Philip Rumore told The Buffalo News his group would base its case on... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Cosmetic surgery for Buffalo teachers likely to return for another votecosmetic surgery and put it in a reserve fund to cover future teacher salary in
Cosmetic surgery for Buffalo teachers likely to return for another vote
The Buffalo News / Posted 18 days ago
cosmetic surgery and put it in a reserve fund to cover future teacher salary increases, once the district and the Buffalo Teachers Federation ever agree on a new contract. “We have been told that it is not a good idea to do this,” Belton-Cottman... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Cosmetic surgery for Buffalo teachers might be backcosmetic surgery and put it in a reserve fund to cover future teacher salary in
Cosmetic surgery for Buffalo teachers might be back
The Buffalo News / Posted 18 days ago
cosmetic surgery and put it in a reserve fund to cover future teacher salary increases, once the district and the Buffalo Teachers Federation ever agree on a new contract. “We have been told that it is not a good idea to do this,” Belton-Cottman... Read more
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The Northern View
Blanket exercise for truth and reconciliationSchool, Donna McNeil-Clark, learned about the interactive — and emotional — act
Blanket exercise for truth and reconciliation
The Northern View / Posted 19 days ago
School, Donna McNeil-Clark, learned about the interactive — and emotional — activity through Wapsigatgyet and the B.C. Teachers Federation. “One of the things we focused on is to get the community focused on their own history,” McNeil-Clark... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Cosmetic surgery rider is out as Buffalo School Board OKs budgetmillion over the current year. It carries a $4.8 million budget deficit that wi
Cosmetic surgery rider is out as Buffalo School Board OKs budget
The Buffalo News / Posted 19 days ago
million over the current year. It carries a $4.8 million budget deficit that will be closed with cash reserves. Buffalo Teachers Federation President Philip Rumore said the union will go to court over the elimination of the cosmetic surgery... Read more
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