The work-to-rule campaign by Ontario’s public teachers gets underway today. The unions representing the province’s elementary and high school teachers say members will stop performing some administrative work. Those tasks include putting comments on report cards, attending certain meetings and participating in standardized testing. The work-to-rule campaign comes as the unions continue tense contract negotiations with the Progressive Conservative government. They say the campaign is necessary because of limited progress in the labour talks.
The Canadian Press
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Statement from: CBC News Alerts via Twitter
Tomorrow elementary educators across Ontario will begin strike action with Phase 1, a work to rule that withdraws certain administrative tasks. Join us 15 mins before the school day for a #Solidarity Walk-in.
Together we can #stopfordscuts in #onted pic.twitter.com/tWX37XUrCJ
— Elementary Educators (@ETFOeducators) November 26, 2019