Bill 8, introduced today in the Alberta Legislature will implement a bi-level bargaining structure that will involve government, as the sole funder of public education, along with school boards in negotiating collective agreements for Alberta’s 38,000 teachers.
Alberta’s Justice Minister Kathleen Ganley has introduced a bill that would allow school boards to post any or all teachers’ names along with their salaries and benefits.
Surpluses have grown 47 per cent at the same time as learning conditions have eroded.
Nominations will open Dec. 1, 2015 and close Jan. 19, 2016.
After years of political involvement, Mark Smith finally answers the call to run for office.
The ATA is seeking outstanding classroom teachers representing all grade levels and subject areas from across the province to present workshops and seminars on topics requested by teachers. Deadline to apply is December 15, 2015.
Read education-related highlights of question period and other proceedings of the fall sitting of the legislature.
Aurora teachers have ratified their first collective agreement.
Are you involved in the Grade 3 SLA Program? We want to hear from you!