The purpose of Education Week is to call attention to the importance of education and to show the public the good things happening in Alberta schools.
Provincial politicians need to hear teachers’ stories.
From May 2017 to August 2018, the ATA is celebrating a century of service to Alberta Teachers.
The Association's fall 2015 media campaign launched on October 5, 2015. As a professional organization that advocates for public education, the ATA puts learning first, ensuring the story of education is a positive one.
It’s my future, it’s my investment and it’s secure. Learn more about your Alberta teacher pension plan.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association, the Canadian Mental Health Association and Global television are partnering to promote the mental health of children and youth.
The Alberta Teachers' Association asks famous Albertans to tell us about their favourite teachers and the impact those teachers had on their lives. This page is a collection of “My Favourite Teacher” stories.
Every summer, the Association produces a series of education-related stories written by Alberta freelance writers. Newspaper editors are welcome to reprint these stories if they think that they will be of interest to readers.
The ATA is the professional organization of teachers in Alberta that promotes and advances public education, safeguards standards of professional practice and serves as an advocate for its 44,000+ members.