Labour Matters Episode 3: Teachers deserve holiday too

Episode 3 June 28, 2021 00:24:23
Labour Matters Episode 3: Teachers deserve holiday too
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Labour Matters Episode 3: Teachers deserve holiday too
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Show Notes

Teachers and their unions rejected a proposal from the Ministry of Education to teach vacation school.

In the episode of Labour Matters, attorney and social activist Michelle M. Russell discusses the legal issues around vacation, burn out on the job and the importance of rest.

She also spoke with a long-time teacher to get an idea of how they coped with the challenges of teaching online, COVID restrictions, the ashfall and managing their own lives.

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