2002 Legislative Session: 3rd Session, 37th Parliament


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ORDERS OF THE DAY -- Continued
No. 119 -- Monday, November 25, 2002 -- 10 a.m.

Schedule C

PUBLIC WRITTEN QUESTIONS

 
Date entered on Order Paper: November 19, 2002
 
18 Al Klassen, President, Richmond Teachers' Association, to ask the Hon. the Minister of Education, regarding the Minister's responsibility for Public Education, the following question:--
Now that school districts are entering into corporate sponsorships, how much influence would you allow the corporate sponsor to have over school board policies?
 
19 Al Klassen, President, Richmond Teachers' Association, to ask the Hon. the Minister of Education, regarding the Minister's responsibility for Public Education, the following question:--
Given the number of teachers that have been taken out of the classroom, how are the remaining teachers expected to meet accountability requirements and improve student performance?
 
Date entered on Order Paper: November 25, 2002
 
20 Gary Coons, President, Prince Rupert District Teachers' Union, to ask the Hon. the Minister of Education, regarding the Minister's responsibility for School Planning Councils, the following question:--
Why would all of the partner groups (BCCPAC, BCPVPA, BCSSA, BCSTA) get the $150,000 "start up" grant, but the BCTF received no grant whatsoever? How can "partner-groups" work together when funding from the beginning creates divisiveness?
 
21 Al Klassen, President, Richmond Teachers' Association, to ask the Hon. the Minister of Education, regarding the Minister's responsibility for Public Education, the following question:--
Given the reduced number of ESL teachers, teacher-librarians, learning assistance teachers, resource teachers, speech and language clinicians, special education teachers and counsellors, how are teachers expected to provide adequate assistance to students requiring these services?
 
22 Al Klassen, President, Richmond Teachers' Association, to ask the Hon. the Minister of Education, regarding the Minister's responsibility for Public Education, the following question:--
Given the reduction in teaching staff, reduction in financial resources and the increased workload, how are teachers expected to properly implement the proposed graduation requirements?
 
23 Al Klassen, President, Richmond Teachers' Association, to ask the Hon. the Minister of Education, regarding the Minister's responsibility for Public Education, the following question:--
Given the legislated contract that was imposed on teachers, how do you plan to develop cooperative partnerships to improve the public education system?

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