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After productive meetings between a joint school district and Surrey Teachers' Association committee, the first phase of hiring new teachers is now underway.
The district has issued the call for 30 full-time learning support teachers, 20 integration support teachers (both positions focused on supporting students with special needs) and five elementary counsellors.
The postings will close at the end of the day Monday, January 16. However, at least 50 additional teaching positions are expected to be posted before the end of the month.
The hiring is the result of funding provided by the Ministry of Education through an interim agreement with the BCTF following the recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling on classroom conditions.
The hiring is announced in a joint communication from Superintendent of Schools/CEO Jordan Tinney and Surrey Teachers' Association president Gioia Breda.