HALIFAX, July 11, 2014 /CNW/ - Nova Scotia Teachers Union president
Shelley Morse was elected vice-president of the Canadian Teachers'
Federation (CTF) today, during CTF's 2014 Annual General Meeting held
in Winnipeg, Manitoba July 9 - 11.
"Issues affecting teachers in Nova Scotia resonate with all Canadian
teachers," says Morse. "I look forward to working with other teacher
leaders from across Canada through a collective voice for all teachers
and public education. Working conditions for teachers must be addressed
to ensure optimal learning conditions for students. Teachers must be
afforded autonomy in their roles as classroom teachers and
Morse was one of four CTF vice-presidents elected on Friday for one-year
terms. As vice-president she will serve on the Executive for the
organization and deal with key issues and resolutions that have an
impact on public education, students and teachers nationally.
The Canadian Teachers' Federation is an alliance of nearly 200,000 elementary and secondary educators
from 17 organizations (15 Members, one affiliate member and one
Associate Member across Canada). CTF is also a member of Education
SOURCE: Nova Scotia Teachers Union
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