Teach­ers get OK for some school trips

Cape Breton Post - - CAPE BRETON/PROVINCE -

HAL­I­FAX — The Nova Sco­tia Teach­ers Union has mod­i­fied its work-to-rule di­rec­tives, in­clud­ing al­low­ing teach­ers to su­per­vise some out-of-prov­ince trips. The NSTU says trips “that have signed con­tracts in­volv­ing money’’ can go ahead. It also says mem­bers can use the in­for­ma­tion-man­age­ment soft­ware known as Power-School for course changes and trans­fers and to reg­is­ter stu­dents. It says all co-op and al­ter­na­tive-learn­ing “O2’’ cour­ses and pro­grams can pro­ceed dur­ing school hours. Teach­ers be­gan a work-to-rule cam­paign on Dec. 5 that had a sweep­ing ef­fect on school life across Nova Sco­tia, can­celling shows, trips and sports. Teach­ers will vote on the lat­est agree­ment on Wed­nes­day.

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