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.

Editorial: Social studies gripes dripping in irony

The next big curriculum crisis is emerging in Alberta.

Q & A: Story of the ATA continues

What happened 100 years ago? I thought the ATA was born in 1935.

New book promotes informed conversations about international testing

What is PISA? What are its benefits and its limitations? What—if anything—does it tell us about our schools and our children?

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.