The Labour Relations Board ruled Monday that teachers must produce report cards from the beginning of the school year when they staged a limited strike.
The B.C. Public School Employers Association had applied to the Labour Relations Board for a decision on report cards, arguing teachers should write two missed report cards so parents know about their children’s progress.
Teachers were legislated to resume full duties last month.
“We are not doing retroactive reporting because that is struck work in our opinion,” said Davidoff prior to the Monday ruling.