Government to Release SLA Data to Teachers

On December 3, 2014, a memo was sent from Alberta Education to school board superintendents regarding the release of Student Learning Assessment (SLA) data.

ATA President Applauds Delay on Bill 10

Alberta Teachers’ Association President Mark Ramsankar is encouraged by Premier Jim Prentice’s decision to delay passage of Bill 10.

Editorial: Education can’t be reduced to simple measures

A shocking tidbit of information cascaded across social media channels last month.

CEO leaves big shoes (and plans) to fill

Emilian Groch stepping aside after 20 years at helm of Alberta Teachers’ Retirement Fund.

It’s OK to be different

Evergreen local spreads message of acceptance with book boxes.

Updated 2012–16 Collective Agreements

The collective bargaining process ended in March 2014; however, final collective agreements are just now being written, proofread and signed. Updated collective agreements will be posted here as they become finalized.

                         

 

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