Editorial: Two sides in education labour dispute must find an interim way to open schools

The Globe and Mail’s editorial board has weighed in on the B.C. teachers strike:

The constitutional question at the heart of the virulent conflict between the B.C. government and the B.C. Teachers’ Federation should be dealt with at the slow, deliberate pace of the courts, while students and teachers (not to mention parents) can get on with their lives, under some sort of interim compromise.

B.C. schoolchildren can’t wait for a final Charter ruling