ARA affirms importance of united teaching profession

The Annual Representative Assembly saw delegates debate several hot-button issues, such as class size, violence in the workplace, sexual education and mandatory vaccinations.

Pay attention to relationships, former president advises

Carol Henderson urges teachers to take care of each other as she accepts an honorary ATA membership.

ATA president calls for teachers to speak up

With a provincial election approaching, ATA president Greg Jeffery is urging teachers to help raise awareness of the value of public education.

Bargaining Goals Established

PEC has approved three bargaining goals for next round of central bargaining based on results of survey of 11,000 teachers.

Editorial: UCP policymakers get it right

Two decisions made at the UCP AGM that stick out as positive decisions for public education.

Q & A: Breaking us up would be difficult and unwise

The UCP policy convention passed a resolution to split the Alberta Teachers’ Association into separate union and professional organizations. What are the implications?