Stumped? Don’t Sweat It. There’s a Human Rights Act For Every Situation

Vancouver Sun – A task force has backed complaints from teachers-on-call (TOC) about the practise of classroom teachers selecting their own substitutes, saying callouts should be based on qualifications and seniority not personal preference…

“Refusing to allow someone to work on the basis of age would be a violation of the BC Human Rights Act,” says a report by the task force, which was struck last year to examine complaints about poverty from TOCs.The report was tabled at the BCTF annual general meeting Sunday but has not yet been debated.

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