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Robert Twerdoclib wins Central North byelection - June 9, 2017

Robert Twerdoclib is the winner of a byelection held in the Central North district, winning over James Hansen by a count of 235 votes to 38.

Alberta Teachers Stand Up for Catholic Education, Human Rights and Teacher Professionalism

Over the Victoria Day weekend at the Alberta Teachers’ Association 100th Annual Representative Assembly (ARA), 446 teacher delegates from across Alberta passed resolutions.

2017 Central North By-Election

Information on how to run and vote in the 2017 North Central by-election.

2017 Summer Conference

The 69th Summer Conference at the Banff Centre commences Monday, August 14 and concludes Friday, August 18, 2017.

Curriculum and the Profession

The following documents offer a summary of the Association's recent research and positions related to curriculum development and implementation.


A New resource published and distributed by the Alberta Teachers’ Association aims to help secondary teachers create safe and inclusive spaces for sexual and gender minority students.


Although you might not know it based on sensational media reports, PRISM is about much more than Comrades, Purple Unicorns and Drag Shows. This FAQ will answer many of the questions you have about the resource and help you to respond to questions from your colleagues and community members.

2017 PEC Elections

Provincial Executive Council (PEC) is made up of 20 teachers voted by ATA members. This March, vote for those who'll be responsible for guiding the business of the Alberta Teachers’ Association and representing you and other teachers across Alberta.

Before Class

Before Class is a profile series about teachers who’ve had interesting jobs before entering the teaching profession.

From Human to Humanitarian

The first in a series entitled From Human to Humanitarian, which will profile teachers and their humanitarian efforts.

Teachers and school boards deliver improvement plans

The Classroom Improvement Fund (CIF) created during the recent round of central table bargaining has delivered its first batch of approved proposals.