Serving and Supporting BC’s Boards of Education

Advocacy: Inflation and Cost Escalation

[Sent December 14, 2022]

President Broady to Minister Singh:

Through debate and discussion at our meeting of provincial councillors, it was clear that inflationary funding rate adjustments are required to enable districts to continue offering the programs and supports students rely on and expect.”

Advocacy: Funding for Exempt Compensation Grids Response

[Received November 17, 2022]

Minister Whiteside to President Broady:

“I am pleased to let you know that the Public Sector Employers’ Council Secretariat (PSEC Secretariat) has recently confirmed that the K-12 public education sector has the authority to ‘age’ salary ranges by four percent in 2022, up to and including executive level employee ranges. This may be implemented retroactively to July 1, 2022.”

Advocacy: Premier Eby – Congratulations and Invitation

[Sent November 21, 2022]

President Broady to Premier Eby:

“With many newly elected trustees being sworn in this fall, now is a critical time to establish shared priorities and highlight how we can best support boards of education in their role as co-governors of the province’s public education system.”

Advocacy: Funding for Exempt Compensation Grids

[Sent October 13, 2022]

President Broady to Minister Robinson and Minister Whiteside:

“Currently, British Columbia’s school districts face significant unfunded cost pressures related to salary increases for exempt staff, which redirect much-needed funding away from classrooms.”