Greg Jeffery elected new ATA president

Greg Jeffery will be the next president of the Alberta Teachers’ Association following an online vote that concluded on Monday, March 20.

Funds for Enrolment Growth Need to Support Alberta Classrooms, says ATA President

ATA president responds to 2017 budget of the Alberta Government and calls on school boards to ensure funding for growth is used to enhance service for students in classrooms.

Editorial: On french fries and overflowing plates

Expectations heaped on teachers shouldn’t interrupt reasonable workday breaks

Q & A: Executive opportunities await those who engage

How do I get one of those executive staff jobs with the Alberta Teachers’ Association?

ATA president applauds school fee reduction

The province’s move to reduce school fees is a positive step toward equity and accessibility, says Alberta Teachers’ Association president Mark Ramsankar.

Viewpoints: History shows that every vote matters

Some might argue that their vote doesn’t matter, but in two different elections—84 years apart, voters made a clear difference.

Understand the past; help shape the future

ATA president, Mark Ramsankar, speaks at the North Central Teachers' Convention and encouraged teachers to keep in mind ATA's history when looking to it's future.

Superintendents — they’re just like us!

The challenges that face superintendents are outlined in a new ATA report.

Bargainer’s Blog: Collective Agreement Changes Will Come in Two Parts

Two levels of bargaining will address different parts of teacher collective agreements.