Teachers thinking about attending public hearings on the plan to change the way French is taught in New Brunswick have been warned to watch what they say.
Teachers’ association says letter has been ‘misconstrued’ and was intended to encourage participation
Mia Urquhart · CBC News
· Posted: Jan 24, 2023 2:35 PM EST | Last Updated: 7 hours ago
Connie Keating, president of the New Brunswick Teachers’ Association, said the letter was intended to ’empower teachers’ to speak up during consultations over the proposed changes to French immersion. » Read More
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