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The Université de Montréal professors’ union has given notice that the Quebec government’s proposed return to classes in August – part of Bill 78 – is not cool with them.
Kevin, Kate, ant6n, and 1 other are discussing. Toggle Comments
But they accepted being paid and not doing the work, so do they need to give back the salary because they didn’t do the work or do the work?
Honestly, I wish the government would scrap bill 78 and then just let the chips fall where they may. If you can’t get into CEGEP because it’s full, then you will have to figure something out. And if you failed your courses and you are expelled from school then you will have to figure something out. And the teachers will just have to figure out a way to honour their contract as well, or hand back their pay. But let the universities and CEGEPs deal with the mess themselves, not at a provincial level.
There’s something unethical about supporting a strike when it means you, as a side effect, will get paid not to work.
Maybe the teachers should go on a real strike…. nah, that won’t happen.
Kevin, I think the two things are conceptually separate. I honestly don’t believe that most of the profs that support the strike are doing so because it gives them an excuse to goof off.
Opposing tuition fee hikes is one thing. Supporting students who choose not to attend class while *not* supporting students who want to attend is another.
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