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The Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation joined forces with educators in other provinces Tuesday to underscore the importance of addressing class size and complexity in contractual language.

With students across the province out of class for the week of February break, STF president Samantha Becotte was joined by leaders of the Elementary Teachers’ Federation of Ontario, the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) and the New Brunswick Teachers’ Association — jurisdictions that have successfully lobbied governments to include similar provisions in their agreements.

“It must be in the collective negotiations process,” Becotte said. “Not only do teachers have a right to negotiate around their working conditions, and these working conditions are directly tied to our student’s learning conditions and classroom complexity.”

The teachers’ union and the province haven’t been at the bargaining table since Feb. 12 and 13 when the government says the union walked away before an offer with a memorandum of …

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