The Learning Team
New Association research also reveals that tools have increased the workload of many teachers.
Teachers’ top four priorities.
High school student Brett Rothery uses Twitter to raise awareness and money for mental health issues.
On Feb. 4 an informative panel discussion on eating disorders will take place at Barnett House.
Belvedere School in Edmonton held a culture engagement week.
New policy redefines what it means to be a library.
Slave Lake school program hones life skills while giving back to the community.
Another Alberta school that’s combining food and community service is Calgary’s St. Damien.
Mandarin bilingual students at Calgary’s Highwood School welcomed in the year of the sheep.
The ATA News invites you to get your camera out and start shooting those award-winning photographs.
The Jan. 23 Calgary Herald headline says the premier is warning that Alberta will lose $6 billion in royalties.
Premier Jim Prentice has been talking about unsustainable public sector salaries.
The most difficult word for most of us to say is “no.”
We asked teachers how they handle the winter blues.
On Jan. 13, Alberta Education’s Quest A+ exam system crashed.
ATA president says education system can’t withstand funding cuts.
Lynden Dorval found not guilty by Professional Conduct Committee.
An Alberta judge has formally upheld the journalistic status of the ATA News.
Highlights of the Provincial Executive Council meeting held Jan. 15 and 16.
The Jan. 13 issue of the ATA News mistakenly listed St. Mary’s High School as the recipient of an Aspen Foundation grant.
Gender Matters — A virtual discussion on violence against women.
I teach kindergarten to 22 delightful youngsters who often make my educational assistant and me laugh.
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