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Employment History

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Montreal Teachers Association


Head

Montreal Teachers Association


President

MTA


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www.esteachers.org

Gail Klinck (ATA), Ruth Rosenfield (MTA), Ray Venables (ESTA), Steve LeSueur (RTU) and Serge Laurandeau (QPAT)


acdsa.org

Ruth Rosenfield, the head of the Montreal Teachers Association, whose members teach at the EMSB, has called it the worst start to a major school change consultation that she has seen.
"This is a sham now," Rosenfield told The Gazette last week. "This is a sham now," Ruth Rosenfield, head of the Montreal Teachers Association, told The Gazette. Rosenfield, who has worked for the teachers' union for 31 years - 24 as president - said it was the worst start she has seen to a major school change consultation. "No matter which way you slice it, I don't think that the package that they are sending out for consultation necessarily makes sense," she said. "I don't think that the people who have to respond to the consultation will have confidence in the process." How can you have confidence, she said, when one or more commissioners accuse others of manipulation of the process following a vote? Rosenfield said she believes the general public watching the meeting might come away with the impression that it was fixed. "There was a genuine attempt being made to try to do it better," said Rosenfield.


weblogs.elearning.ubc.ca [cached]

"I take that as a sign that we're very determined to get a settlement from the government, and very unhappy with the state of negotiations as they are right now," says Ruth Rosenfield, president of the Montreal Teachers' Association.


lucarinfo.com [cached]

, An Open Letter to Parents of EMSB Students from MTA president Ruth Rosenfield.


acdsa.org [cached]

Ruth Rosenfield, head of the Montreal Teachers Association, saw signs of bloc voting in the first 13-10 vote on Carlyle.
The board's Council of Commissioners has been politically divided for years, with commissioners often aligning themselves in two camps. "I still find it shameful that they did bloc voting," Rosenfield said.


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