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  • User account | Paul Steer
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  • RadioLabour* | Paul Steer
    Recent posts Calendar February S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29

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  • Paul's Responses to the Annual Peace and Global Educators Survey of BCTF E.C. Candidates. | Paul Steer
    are also being infiltrated by private corporations and other private entities who care only about squeezing as much profit as they can out of public institutions before moving on to greener financial pastures By depriving the Public System of necessary funding provincial governments abdicate their Constitutional responsibilty for Public Education In effect they sell out Public Education allowing Public Schools to be transformed from liberal institutions founded in the humanities social sciences languages mathematics science and applied and fine arts into at worst low level skills training centres for minimum wage service sector jobs I will be voting in favour of Resolution 150 because it flows out of BCTF Goal No 1 To help ensure that public schools provide for the continued intellectual physical social and emotional growth and development of each individual Resolution 146 That the BCTF request that the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation BCIMC through which the BCTF members invest their pensions reinvest its current Pearson plc holdings in enterprises that do not undermine public education ANSWER Our financial security in retirement does not depend upon the profitability of any one corporation especially one dedicated to the erosion of Public Education I am in favour of Resolution 146 because it helps to raise consciousness about the sources of the money our future financial security depends on Resolution 145 That the BCTF request that the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation BCIMC reinvest its current Lockheed Martin holdings in a non military enterprise especially one that meets the BCTF s Salary Indemnity Plan guidelines for Socially Responsible Investing within one year of receiving the request ANSWER For me the idea that maximizing the profitability of the Teachers Pension Plan is the only goal and that turning a blind eye to pension income that is derived from corporations devoted to Death and destruction in morally repugnant I support the divestiture by the BCIMC of shares in private military corporations I support reinvestment in companies whose profits are socially and socially and ecologically sound I will be voting in favour of Resolution 145 Resolution 128 That the BCTF call on the provincial government to develop long term gas leak monitoring along all oil pipelines refineries and tank farms near or adjacent to schools and school yards across the province 21 ANSWER Public Education is not the only realm of provincial government responsibility that has seen a decline in structures devoted to protect the public interest When a government places private interest ahead of the greater public good private accountability to the public interest is often one of the first casualties The Health and Safety of the public must never be set aside in favour of short term economic advantage I will be voting in favour of Resolution 128 PART II Involvement in Social Justice Advocacy 1 Work you have done to promote 1 social justice and 2 long term sustainability for our union and other unions ANSWER My strong belief is that Public Education itself is Social Justice By extension the

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  • Paul's Responses to the Annual Peace and Global Educators Survey of BCTF E.C. Candidates. | Paul Steer
    are also being infiltrated by private corporations and other private entities who care only about squeezing as much profit as they can out of public institutions before moving on to greener financial pastures By depriving the Public System of necessary funding provincial governments abdicate their Constitutional responsibilty for Public Education In effect they sell out Public Education allowing Public Schools to be transformed from liberal institutions founded in the humanities social sciences languages mathematics science and applied and fine arts into at worst low level skills training centres for minimum wage service sector jobs I will be voting in favour of Resolution 150 because it flows out of BCTF Goal No 1 To help ensure that public schools provide for the continued intellectual physical social and emotional growth and development of each individual Resolution 146 That the BCTF request that the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation BCIMC through which the BCTF members invest their pensions reinvest its current Pearson plc holdings in enterprises that do not undermine public education ANSWER Our financial security in retirement does not depend upon the profitability of any one corporation especially one dedicated to the erosion of Public Education I am in favour of Resolution 146 because it helps to raise consciousness about the sources of the money our future financial security depends on Resolution 145 That the BCTF request that the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation BCIMC reinvest its current Lockheed Martin holdings in a non military enterprise especially one that meets the BCTF s Salary Indemnity Plan guidelines for Socially Responsible Investing within one year of receiving the request ANSWER For me the idea that maximizing the profitability of the Teachers Pension Plan is the only goal and that turning a blind eye to pension income that is derived from corporations devoted to Death and destruction in morally repugnant I support the divestiture by the BCIMC of shares in private military corporations I support reinvestment in companies whose profits are socially and socially and ecologically sound I will be voting in favour of Resolution 145 Resolution 128 That the BCTF call on the provincial government to develop long term gas leak monitoring along all oil pipelines refineries and tank farms near or adjacent to schools and school yards across the province 21 ANSWER Public Education is not the only realm of provincial government responsibility that has seen a decline in structures devoted to protect the public interest When a government places private interest ahead of the greater public good private accountability to the public interest is often one of the first casualties The Health and Safety of the public must never be set aside in favour of short term economic advantage I will be voting in favour of Resolution 128 PART II Involvement in Social Justice Advocacy 1 Work you have done to promote 1 social justice and 2 long term sustainability for our union and other unions ANSWER My strong belief is that Public Education itself is Social Justice By extension the

    Original URL path: http://paulsteer.ca/content/pauls-responses-annual-peace-and-global-educators-survey-bctf-ec-candidates?mini=calendar-date%2F2016-03 (2016-02-07)
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  • Paul's Responses to the Annual Peace and Global Educators Survey of BCTF E.C. Candidates. | Paul Steer
    also being infiltrated by private corporations and other private entities who care only about squeezing as much profit as they can out of public institutions before moving on to greener financial pastures By depriving the Public System of necessary funding provincial governments abdicate their Constitutional responsibilty for Public Education In effect they sell out Public Education allowing Public Schools to be transformed from liberal institutions founded in the humanities social sciences languages mathematics science and applied and fine arts into at worst low level skills training centres for minimum wage service sector jobs I will be voting in favour of Resolution 150 because it flows out of BCTF Goal No 1 To help ensure that public schools provide for the continued intellectual physical social and emotional growth and development of each individual Resolution 146 That the BCTF request that the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation BCIMC through which the BCTF members invest their pensions reinvest its current Pearson plc holdings in enterprises that do not undermine public education ANSWER Our financial security in retirement does not depend upon the profitability of any one corporation especially one dedicated to the erosion of Public Education I am in favour of Resolution 146 because it helps to raise consciousness about the sources of the money our future financial security depends on Resolution 145 That the BCTF request that the British Columbia Investment Management Corporation BCIMC reinvest its current Lockheed Martin holdings in a non military enterprise especially one that meets the BCTF s Salary Indemnity Plan guidelines for Socially Responsible Investing within one year of receiving the request ANSWER For me the idea that maximizing the profitability of the Teachers Pension Plan is the only goal and that turning a blind eye to pension income that is derived from corporations devoted to Death and destruction in morally repugnant I support the divestiture by the BCIMC of shares in private military corporations I support reinvestment in companies whose profits are socially and socially and ecologically sound I will be voting in favour of Resolution 145 Resolution 128 That the BCTF call on the provincial government to develop long term gas leak monitoring along all oil pipelines refineries and tank farms near or adjacent to schools and school yards across the province 21 ANSWER Public Education is not the only realm of provincial government responsibility that has seen a decline in structures devoted to protect the public interest When a government places private interest ahead of the greater public good private accountability to the public interest is often one of the first casualties The Health and Safety of the public must never be set aside in favour of short term economic advantage I will be voting in favour of Resolution 128 PART II Involvement in Social Justice Advocacy 1 Work you have done to promote 1 social justice and 2 long term sustainability for our union and other unions ANSWER My strong belief is that Public Education itself is Social Justice By extension the work

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  • paul's blog | Paul Steer
    Large Positions to respond to a survey on various Resolutions of importance coming before the BCTF Annual General Meeting Today I ve responded to the PAGE survey which will be posted on their website http pagebc ca along with those from other candidates Here are my responses to the various questions PART I AGM Resolutions Read more 11 Feb 0 Concerning Bill C 377 by paul Dear Senator I write out of concern regarding Bill C 377 An Act to Amend the Income Tax Act Requirements for labour organizations currently before the Senate This Act of amendment to the Income Tax Act would require labour organizations to provide financial information to the Minister for public disclosure Read more 26 Sep 0 Here s what I said to Trustees about Class Size and Composition by paul DTA Presentation to Delta Board of Education Trustees September 25 2012 Better Schools for Delta Mr Chairperson The Delta Teachers Association welcomes the opportunity of making this presentation to the Delta Board of Education We appreciate having this opportunity to emphasize with trustees Delta teachers concerns with the ongoing educational situation and our desire to work with Trustees District Staff and the community to rally

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