Teachers urged to share their stories


“If you believe your class sizes are unreasonable, then we need to have that story shared,” said ATA president
Greg Jeffery

Class size and complexity is still a very real issue in Alberta, and provincial politicians need to hear teachers’ stories.

Teachers are encouraged to fill out the advocacy postcards that have been sent to their schools with their classroom information and share it with their local MLA.

To order more postcards, email your request to the ATA’s distribution office at distribution@ata.ab.ca.

Download and print your own
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Send a message to your MLA

There are many ways that teachers can deliver the message to MLAs:

  • Call the constituency office and set up a meeting.
  • Drop the card off with constituency office staff.
  • Collect a bunch of cards from colleagues and have one person drop them off.
  • Take a selfie or photo of the card and send it by e-mail.
  • Take a selfie or photo of the card and share on social media (tag your MLA).
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