Job action a waste

I had to cheer when I read the N. Tyler piece in your "Letters" section.

Teachers appear to live in a world all their own, although I think it's primarily the radical BCTF who have the problem.

They appear to have the attitude "we don't care about anyone or anything else, we want it our way." They've had that attitude for as long as I can remember.

I think the majority of the non-radical, sensible teachers (the silent majority) just go along for the ride.

In the end, hopefully the government will force them back to work. What a waste of time and energy.

D. Honeybourne



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