A resolution by the Kamloops teachers union to support special needs students and their parents didn't make it to the floor of the BCTF annual general meeting on the weekend.
But that doesn't mean the issue is over.
Time ran out before a vote could be held, so Kamloops Thompson Teachers Association president Jason Karpuk expects the motion to go to a special B.C. Teachers' Federation committee or representative assembly.
He's confident it will gain majority support in the wake of a BCTF ceremony commemorating the family that inspired the motion.
"There were some questions and there will be some debate but I think there's good chance that . . . there's an opportunity (for the motion) to pass," said Karpuk.
On Sunday, the BCTF awarded the Moore family with an honourary lifetime membership to the organization.
In an emotional presentation, outgoing BCTF president Susan Lambert praised Rick and Michelle Moore for their tenacity and commitment to carry on the court fight for their son Jeffrey, a severely dyslexic student who the Supreme Court found was discriminated against by the North Vancouver School District 15 years ago.