Review of Teacher Collective Bargaining in B.C.
The Province received Vince Ready’s final report on BC teachers’ collective bargaining options in February 2007.
Industrial Inquiry Commissioner Vince Ready was appointed in October 2005 to examine collective bargaining options between the B.C. Public School Employers’ Association and the B.C. Teachers’ Federation. This review followed the earlier report of Commissioner Don Wright on the teachers' collective bargaining system.
- Final Report for Collective Bargaining Options - February 2007
- Industrial Inquiry Commission - Interim Report #2 for Transitional Negotiations – April 2006
- Industrial Inquiry Commission (Vince Ready) Interim report – January 2006
- Letter from Hon. Mike de Jong to Vince Ready – January 2006
Voice, Accountability and Dialogue: Recommendations for an Improved Collective Bargaining System for Teacher Contracts in British Columbia Don Wright Report - December 2004
- Discussion Paper: Options for Teacher Employer Collective Bargaining – August 2003
- Towards a Better Teacher Bargaining Model in British Columbia: Report to Honourable Graham Bruce on the Teacher Collective Bargaining – November 2003
- Appendix A - Section 5 of the Education Services Collective Agreement Act
- Appendix B - Submissions from Parties and Key Stakeholders
- British Columbia Public School Employers' Association - September 2003
- British Columbia School Trustees' Association – September 2003
- British Columbia Teachers' Federation – September 2003
- British Columbia Confederation of Parent Advisory Councils – September 2003
- British Columbia School Superintendents' Association and British Columbia School District Secretary-Treasurer's Association (joint submission) – September 2003
- British Columbia Principals' and Vice-Principals' Association – September 2003
- Appendix C - References