Saturday, March 28, 2015

The Keef Report...Edu-Shiny!

And this wee bit of going for the dangled bauble without knowing what was at the core of the thing appears to have taken place before the legislation was released in full. Thus the lack of 'details'.

Which is all fine and good for an insider-accessed, shim-sham-shimmy schlepper I suppose.

But couldn't help but notice that this was followed up by the usual spate of teacher bashing as the day and night wore on.

Previous Keef Reports can be found...Here.



Bill said...

Well Ross you again nicely connect the dots as Keith dutifully redirects our thoughts as is his shtick.

Yes, another 'timely shill tweet' - of breaking spin.
He loves the Liberals and hates the teachers, that's obvious to anyone paying attention. Baldrey never works for stories he simply passes on his insider provided "scoops" in exchange for the always friendly
Liberal messaging he weaves. He is not reporting he is distorting, deflecting, disrupting and misleading as usual. You do not get exclusive timely inside on a platter 'news' like this unless you can be trusted to deliver as expected.

Baldrey pretends to be a reporter, in fact he is simply a Liberal messenger.

North Van's Grumps said...
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North Van's Grumps said...

Peter Fassbender's diary found upon a Translink bus. First order of business to Resurrect former Education Minister Christy Clark Proposal to place a Head Tax on Public High school students.

The Board of Trustees of any of the said City School Districts may, by resolution, declare that it is desirable that tuition fees should be paid in respect of pupils attending at any High School situate within its limits, so as to make such High School more or less self-sustaining, whereupon it shall be the duty of such Board to settle the amount to be paid by parents and guardians for each pupil attending the High School, and to fix the times of payment, and, when necessary, to sue for and recover such amounts, in the name of the City Treasurer, who shall receive and apply the same amounts, in purposes specified in section 33 of this Act; but in settling such amount the Board shall make provision by which pupils whose parents or guardians find it beyond their means to pay the tuition fees imposed by the Board may have the advantages of the High School, either altogether without fee, or at some smaller fee within the means of the parent of guardian.

More Resolutions

Anonymous said...

whats next.?
monthly student public school premiums.?

Eleanor Gregory said...

Haven't heard lately anyone talking about a voucher system but I do recall such talk a few years ago.