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Sep 5, 2014
Photo: flickr/Christopher Seesums

BCTF calls for binding arbitration

Larry Kuehn
The BC Teachers Federation has called on the government to agree to binding arbitration for compensation, benefits and preparation time.
News
Sep 5, 2014
Photo: flickr/Caelie_Frampton

Families in B.C. organize to support teachers

Miriam Katawazi
As the labour action continues and schools remain closed, a number of fundraising campaigns and demonstrations have sprung up to show solidarity with B.C. teachers.
Photos
Aug 14, 2014
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr

Underfunding under the guise of 'affordability' in B.C.

rabble staff
Affordability is becoming the new buzzword of the B.C. government. But what does affordability mean for a provincial government? And what are the consequences of not investing in education and health?
Photos
Jul 14, 2014

Leveraging public universities into private profit

Alexander Ervin
Howard Woodhouse
In the past 40 years, Boards of Governors and Presidencies at Canadian universities have been stacked with members of the corporate elite, transforming public schools into private corporations.
Photos
Jun 25, 2014
Base image: Flickr/sainthuck

Who bears the cost of the corporate university? (Students.)

Alexander Ervin
Howard Woodhouse
What is going on at the University of Saskatchewan? The answer, in our new series on the corporatization of the university, is an appropriation of a younger generation's future wealth.
Blog
Jun 12, 2014
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A question of (academic) degrees

Penney Kome
In a scant 30 years, the value of a Bachelor's degree has plummeted, while its cost has soared. University students are graduating into "Generation Broke."
Blog
May 9, 2014
Image: Wikimedia Commons

Child care's rough ride

Martha Friendly
Child care in Ontario has been having a rough ride for years. The current election illustrates the precariousness of child care in the absence of a federal role and without solid provincial policy.

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