NSTU votes to protect public education
Nova Scotia teachers voted firmly in favour of protecting public education by giving the NSTU a strike mandate.
Eighty-two and a half per cent voted in favour of job action. Ninety-four per cent of NSTU public schools members participated in the vote.
“Teachers are prepared to put themselves at risk, both professionally and financially, to stop a damaging experiment in our public education system,” says NSTU President, Liette Doucet.
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