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General Information


Teacher Specific

Are you a retired teacher in receipt of a Nova Scotia Teachers Pension?

Are you a teacher currently on deferred salary leave from a School Board/Regional Centre in Nova Scotia?

Have you had a permanent contract with a School Board/Regional Centre in Nova Scotia in the school year 1971-72 or later?

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Education Information

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Personal Affirmation

Have you ever been charged and/or convicted of a criminal or a quasi-criminal offense including, but not limited to, offenses under the Criminal Code or the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act (formally, known as the Narcotic Control Act), or are you now under investigation for any such offense? Please do not include minor traffic violations.

Have you ever resigned or been discharged from any position while under suspicion of having engaged in criminal, immoral or unprofessional conduct, or are you under investigation for any such charge?

In conjunction with any offense, have you ever received an absolute or conditional discharge, a suspended sentence, a conditional sentence, probation, community service, a fine, incarceration (provincial or federal time) or a pardon?

Have you ever surrendered a teaching certificate/credential/license/permit or had a teacher certificate/credential/license/permit denied, revoked or suspended, or is any teaching certificate/credential/license/permit currently under review or investigation for suspension or revocation?

Have you ever been dismissed from employment with a school system or asked to resign?

Have you ever received an unsatisfactory performance evaluation?


Self Identification

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For the purposes for the self-identification, African Nova Scotians are persons who identify themselves as indigenous black Nova Scotians and/or racially visibility. Racial visibility is defined by race or colour only, not citizenship, place of birth, religion or cultural background.

For the purposes for the self-identification, a person with a disability is an individual who, for the purposes of employment, identify themselves or believe that an employer or potential employer is likely to consider them to be a person with a disability due to a long-term or recurring physical, mental, sensory, psychiatric or learning impairment.

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