Reporter and Blogger, Vancouver Sun
Vancouver Sun reporter and blogger with special interest in education issues
vancouversun.com — A small B.C. school district says it's planning not to buy carbon offsets through a provincial Crown corporation this year but to use that money instead to reduce greenhouse gas emissions locally.
blogs.vancouversun.com — New rules for B.C. offshore schools have had an unexpected impact in Abbotsford school district. That district is one of several in B.C. that created business companies during the past decade - on a recommendation from the Liberals - to generate revenue for local K-12 schools.
vancouversun.com — The release this week of discipline decisions for a teacher who was charged with assault and another accused of incompetence marks a further step for the B.C. Teacher Regulation Branch (TRB) in its effort to become more transparent. The TRB has posted on its website the consent resolution agreements that the two teachers signed, admitting certain facts and accepting consequences.
cknw.com — VANCOUVER/CKNW (AM980) Shane Woodford | Email news tips to email@example.com/15/2013 The BC Teachers Federation is worried a new Liberal majority government might choose to impose a ten year education deal on teachers. Getting a 10 year deal with teachers is a priority for the Liberal government, and out-going BCTF President Susan Lambert says that is concerning.
blogs.vancouversun.com — As noted in my last post, the Capilano University board of governors decided Tuesday to delay for one month a vote on controversial budget proposals that have angered students, staff and faculty.
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