Preparing for a Parent–Teacher Interview

Research shows the relationship between schools and parents is becoming more adversarial, the truth is that schools and families share a common goal: ensuring that students succeed.

Alliance Grows From Desire to Organize

At the 1917 annual meeting of the Alberta Education Association, teachers came together ready for change.

Q & A: When in doubt, follow the code

ATA Executive Secretary answers a question regarding teachers' obligations under sections 13 and 14 of the Code of Professional Conduct.

Editorial: Let’s focus on education inputs

Over the Thanksgiving weekend, the Fraser Institute’s annual ranking of Alberta schools based on standardized testing results came out—spurring thoughts from the ATA News editor.

IN FOCUS— PEC: Boring as dirt, important as heck

The first instalment of In Focus, focuses on PEC and the long hours reps spend in council in the name of guiding the teaching profession.

Editorial: Let’s focus on education inputs

Over the Thanksgiving weekend, the Fraser Institute’s annual ranking of Alberta schools based on standardized testing results came out—spurring thoughts from the ATA News editor.

IN FOCUS— PEC: Boring as dirt, important as heck

The first instalment of In Focus, focuses on PEC and the long hours reps spend in council in the name of guiding the teaching profession.

Q & A: When in doubt, follow the code

ATA Executive Secretary answers a question regarding teachers' obligations under sections 13 and 14 of the Code of Professional Conduct.

Effective Dates: Interpretation Bulletin No 3

TEBA and the ATA have issued clarifications on which elements of the 2016–18 central table agreement will come into effect. Read the bulletin.

Meet the shadow minister of education

After years of political involvement, Mark Smith finally answers the call to run for office.