As you know the Ontario government has ordered the striking high school teachers in Durham, Peel and Sudbury back to work.
They said the reason is that the student’s year is in jeopardy.
As a result the teachers unions have decided to ramp up their work to rule action as of June 1st.
A copy of the bulletin, says that as of June 1, teachers must refuse to plan field trips for next year, take part in meetings about students’ transition from one grade to the next or participate in professional development programs at the end of June or the start of September.
This should make for an interesting time come September.
Late yesterday the decision everyone was waiting for on whether this strike was even legal or not came down from the Ontario Labour Relations Board.
The Ontario Labour Relations Board has ruled the strike is ‘illegal’.
In its decision, the OLRB said the strikes were “in contravention of the School Boards Collective Bargaining Act, 2014″ and have ordered the Ontario Secondary School Teachers’ Federation (OSSTF), to “cease and desist their unlawful strike” immediately.
I went through this crap when I was a kid and now watching my kids go through it after over 40 years of non-stop bullying by teachers unions.
I think Ontarians have finally had enough of the same teacher union rhetoric decade after decade.
The actions of the teacher unions are unacceptable by the majority of Ontarians, and have been for decades.
They simply have too much control over your family and future. And that’s not right.
I’m Scott Thompson.
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