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Teachers remain optimistic as strike's second week ends

No word yet on progress in talks between the BC Teachers Federation and the province as the second week of the teacher’s strike comes to an end.
Both sides continue to say, publicly at least, the goal is to get a deal before the end of the month.
And local teachers’ associations are echoing that.  Louise Herle is president of the Sunshine Coast Teachers Association.
But Mike Ball of the Nanaimo District Teachers Association says teachers on the picket lines are getting frustrated.
Meanwhile, School District 46 on the Sunshine Coast has confirmed most students wont get report cards, while students in grades 10 through 12 will get a bare bones report with final marks.
The Nanaimo Ladysmith School District says it’s following the same policy
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