Tri-County Regional School Board Looking To Keep Things Running Smoothly As Teacher Job-Action Approaches
Teachers in Nova Scotia are planning job action on Monday.
This comes after talks between the Nova Scotia Teachers Union and the province broke down again last week.
The work-to-rule job action means extracurricular activities like clubs, sports and field trips will not go ahead, teachers will arrive 20 minutes before their shift and leave 20 minutes after school ends, and teachers will not collect money from students or perform tasks related to data entry.
The Superintendent of the Tri-County Regional School Board says they have a contingency plan in place.