The Learning Team
The year was 1997 and Alberta teachers were feeling the effects of significant funding reductions.
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I sometimes wonder what the Alberta Teachers’ Association would have become without
John W. Barnett.
As we continue our voyage toward true professional status, it is important to be mindful of the progress that’s actually been achieved.
In the fall of 2006 Alberta’s economy was in overdrive, on its way to generating annual growth of 6.8 per cent.
At the 1917 annual meeting of the Alberta Education Association, teachers came together ready for change.
Since its inception as the Alberta Teachers’ Alliance, the Alberta Teachers’ Association has served as the professional association of Alberta teachers.
Dedicated individuals make ATA history.
There’s just no question at all that we continue to build the profession on the shoulders of those men and women who came before us.
As one thinks about our association being 100 years old it seems that there should be many milestones that are worthy of comment.
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Milestones and their multiple variations throughout history represent an artifice of human agency, a society’s aspirations and anxieties.
Welcome back to a great new year full of exciting new materials in your ATA library!
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It is fairly said that the pursuit of professional status for teachers was a core value of the Alberta Teachers’ Alliance from its inception in 1918.
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