Publications

Economic Data Analysis
Education Data Analysis
Education Finance
Environment
Labour Market & Employment Training
Society, Health & Community

Society, Health and Community

Ogden Point Odyssey: The Cover

Ogden Point Odyssey: Breakwater, people, natural history and activities
Co-authored with Val Schaefer. Available at fine shops in Victoria and online.

GI Joe cover

GI Joe meets Barbie, Software Engineer Meets Caregiver: Males and Females in BC’s Public Education System and Beyond
Executive Summary | Full text

Copies available for cost of shipping and handling–contact annyschaefer at gmail.com.

The world in our city: Cross-cultural training workshops for agencies and service providers in New Westminster, designed program and brochure
Page 1 | Page 2

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Education Data Analysis

What happens to students after they complete a program at Camosun College?: Overview of student outcomes survey results, 2004-2009

Getting Here: Results of the Camosun College Fall 2011 Transportation and Parking Survey

Results of the Camosun College Food Services Survey 2011
Urban Diner, Campus Caf and Java Express | Cook Training Cafeteria

Secondary school completion rates for B.C. by gender and Aboriginal status, 2003

Evaluating and using class-size and specialist teacher data from the BCTF’s September 30, 2002 school data collection, 2002

Who completes high school and who attends post-secondary?, 2002

B.C. readers among top in world, 2001

Enrolment trends in British Columbia school Districts, 1994 to 2009, 2000

Teachers and educators by district, 1998 and 1999: Form 1530 Data, 2000

Average elementary class size, 1995-96 to 1998-99, 1999

Student-Educator Ratio (SER), 1998-99, 1997-98, 1999, 1990-91 to 1994-95, 1995

ESL enrolments in B.C. A GIS map, 1998

Portable classrooms in  British Columbia, 1995

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Education Finance

In consultation with BCTF’s education finance committee and executive, prepared the following briefs to government:

  • Education funding 2003: A brief to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government
    Services from the British Columbia Teachers Federation, 2002
  • Education funding 2002: A brief to the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services
    from the British Columbia Teachers Federation, 2001
  • Education funding 2001: Public education, public interest: A brief to the government of British
    Columbia from the B.C. Teachers Federation, 2000
  • Education funding 2000: Public education, public interest A brief to the government of British
    Columbia from the B.C. Teachers Federation, 1999
  • Education funding 1999: A brief to the government of British Columbia from the B.C. Teachers Federation, 1998
  • Education funding 1998: A brief to the government of British Columbia from the B.C. Teachers Federation, 1998
  • Education funding 1997: A brief to the government of British Columbia from the B.C. Teachers Federation, 1997

Year one of the freeze: Early indicators of the toll, 2003

Economic benefits of education, 2001

Thaw the freeze, 2001

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Economic Data Analysis

The economy and changing enrolment in BC post-secondary institutions, Ministry of Advanced Education, 2005.

The economic picture in B.C., BCTF, 2001

Consumer price increases in Canada and British Columbia, 1990 to 1999, BCTF, 2000





Labour Market and Employment Training

The National Occupational Classification and the Designated Occupations List: Study of the Optimum Level of Occupational Specification Required for Effective Selection of Skilled Immigrant Workers Executive Summary; full document available on request from annyschaefer at gmail
(Master’s research conducted through University of Victoria as a joint project for Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology and Employment and Immigration Canada)

Retirement intentions of BC educators, designed and reported on joint project of Teacher Supply and Demand Consortium, 2003

Worklife of teachers web pages

worklife of bc teachers compilation cover
Worklife of B.C. Teachers, A Compilation of BCTF research reports on working and learning conditions in 2001
Editor and co-author, 2003
Cover | Softcover version available on request

“Teacher workload and stress: A British Columbia perspective”, Education Quarterly Review, Statistics Canada, catalogue number 81-003-XIE, vol.8 no.03

B.C. teacher’s salaries, minima and maxima: July 1, 2001, 2003

The good, the bad and the indifferent: A comparison of elementary and secondary teachers’ workload and stress issues, 2003

A snapshot of teacher supply and demand in B.C., 2001

B.C. teachers salaries as of 2001: Endrate Salary Minima and Maxima, 2001

Demographic overview: Teacher workload issues and stress survey, Spring 2001, 2001

How I spent my summer vacation: Time-use data from the Spring 2001 BCTF worklife of teachers workload issues and stress survey, 2001

Teachers’ average employment income 1995, 2000

Teachers’ absences from work, 1998, 2000

Women’s earnings relative to men’s, 2000

Literacy surplus affects one in five Canadian workers, 1999

Part-time teachers, 1997-98 and 1998-99, 1999

Teacher staffing, September 1998, 1999

Teachers on call in British Columbia: A BCTF Research survey, spring 1999, 1999

Teachers on disability and working part-time, April 1999, 1999

Teaching prospects update, 1999

TOCs and contract teachers by school district, 1997-98, 1999

BCTF salary settlements compared to changes in the B.C. Consumer Price Index and to settlements in the public and private sectors in British Columbia, 1990 to 1998, 1998

Who are the teachers of British Columbia?, 1998

Employment prospects for teachers in British Columbia, 1997

Part-time teachers, 1996-97, 1997

Profile of British Columbia teachers, September 1996, 1997

Status of women in the British Columbia education system, 1995-96, 1996

Teacher-librarians in B.C.: Working and learning conditions surveys, 1982-1995, with Gerald Soon, 1996

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Environment

Urban Ecology Canada
A blog that highlights nature in the city, often around Victoria, BC, specifically in the James Bay neighbourhood and more specifically on and around the Ogden Point Breakwater. Co-written with Val Schaefer.

BC’s environmental graduates are good for business
Collaborator and Designer, 2000

Environment and Education: Hidden Links 
2001

Burnaby Tree of the Week
A weekly column in Burnaby Now highlighting a different heritage or otherwise unique tree in the community for six months
Old-growth Douglas-fir | Sitka spruce | Omorika spruce | Western redcedar

Measuring Economic and Environmental Sustainability
Prepared while on contract with the Regional Economic Services Branch, BC/Yukon Region, Employment and Immigration Canada (now HRSDC), 1993

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