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Two events hosted this week by the Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) will feature renowned researchers discussing the impact of emerging technologies on children, youth and families.
Despite its positive features, Alberta Teachers’ Association president Greg Jeffery says that today’s education budget will not do enough to address concerns about class size, undersupported special needs and growing costs.
A growing number of groups are expressing concerns over Alberta class sizes.
Class sizes continue to increase in Alberta, and the government does not have adequate plans and processes to reduce them, according to the most recent report from the auditor general.
Le Conseil scolaire FrancoSud a déposé une plainte contre l’Alberta Teachers’ Association auprès du conseil des relations du travail, car les représentants des enseignants tiennent à ce que les négociations entre les deux parties se déroulent en français.
Alberta Teachers’ Association president Greg Jeffery is applauding the introduction of School Act amendments to clarify the law related to gay-straight alliances and queer-straight alliances (GSAs/QSAs) in Alberta schools.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association will mark the beginning of its centenary at the 100th Annual Representative Assembly (ARA) this weekend in Edmonton.
Alberta teachers have ratified a two-year central table agreement, opening the door for the commencement of local bargaining.
The Government has made a commitment to stabilize funding and to ensure that rapid student enrolment growth continues to be funded.
A memorandum of agreement (MOA) on central bargaining matters has been reached between the Alberta Teachers’ Association and the Teachers’ Employer Bargaining Association (TEBA). ATA president Mark Ramsankar is issuing these statements in response.
Over the Victoria Day weekend at the Alberta Teachers’ Association 100th Annual Representative Assembly (ARA), 446 teacher delegates from across Alberta passed resolutions.
View news releases from previous years.