Almost exactly a week to the hour after the Nova Scotia Teachers Union said it would cease a work-to-rule action after a tentative agreement was reached with the province, another late-Friday afternoon message from the NSTU announced a change of course.
“I think at this point a full strike would be easier to support because it would make more of an impact and hopefully resolve the issue faster,” Rohit Kochhar told TC Media after news broke.
“Work-to-rule took too long already. Most of the students, what we’re saying is that a full strike would resolve the issue," Kochhar, a student government leader at Sydney Academy, added.
Here's how other students, teachers, parents and other Nova Scotians reacted on Twitter: