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The Alberta government’s plans to overhaul much of our K–12 curriculum has become fodder for a fair amount of public and political discourse.
What a summer! I know my students will want to talk about Charlottesville, Donald Trump, flawed historical figures, racism and alt-right rallies. These can be controversial topics. If I discuss them in class, is my job at risk?
Teachers become teachers because they care about students. The time to elect school board trustees who also want to make a difference for those students is now.
TEBA and the ATA have issued clarifications on how instructional and assignable time provisions in the 2016–18 central table affect the assignments of part-time teachers. Read the bulletin.
Clarifications on the teacher instructional and assignable time provisions in the 2016-18 central table agreement have been issued by TEBA and the ATA.
The Alberta Teachers’ Association (ATA) is pleased to offer 10 matching grants of up to $2,000 each in the 2017/18 school year for groups of teachers to develop a community of practice that will address an issue of professional relevance using an inquiry model.
The Classroom Improvement Fund (CIF) created during the recent round of central table bargaining has delivered its first batch of approved proposals.