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CUPE education workers in Saskatchewan continue to be denied the same provincial bargaining rights that teachers have enjoyed since the 1970s. While CUPE school board locals have made important bargaining gains in a number of areas, the costly and time-consuming negotiation of separate collective agreements with each school division has resulted in substantial wage and benefit disparities among school support staff. This brief explains that the arguments for provincial bargaining rights for K-12 support staff are stronger now than they have ever been.