College exam marking given passing grade

Teacher not initially aware of grading duty
|Canadian Labour Reporter|Last Updated: 04/04/2016

Bert Dube had been teaching an engineering class at Confederation College for one semester and claimed he did not receive credits from the employer for marking exams.

Because it was Dube’s first time teaching the course, he was not initially aware of his duty to grade a particular set of students exams. However, he was eventually informed and carried out the task accordingly, which took about 20 hours.

The college argued it would have taken about 20 minutes per exam, a much shorter estimation.