The Learning Team
Across all grades, classrooms in Calgary Public are exceeding the maximum guidelines.
Communication tool cartoon.
We will not cut and run when families need us the most.
Teachers’ convention season is nearly over, with just one of 10 conventions still to take place.
A project spawned from a desire to learn about aboriginal rights will now forever link two Alberta schools in friendship.
Teachers from all across the province are involved in the work of the Alberta Teachers’ Association in various capacities.
Staff at Thorsby Elementary School enjoyed a floor curling bonspiel on Feb. 25.
The ongoing firestorm surrounding the government’s Guidelines for Best Practices related to including LGBTQ students flared up again last week.
Why won’t the ATA represent me, and why won’t you sue the parent?
Make Alberta Better is a new campaign by Wellness Alberta.
A collection of views.
The province has established the membership structure of the Teachers’ Employer Bargaining Association (TEBA).
The Alberta Teachers’ Association is reminding Albertans what teachers are worth following a public call for a 10 per cent salary rollback by the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.
Interprovincial migration, international immigration and a mini baby boom all have contributed to the growth of the province’s student population.
Each year, the Alberta Teachers’ Association’s 21 specialist councils offer an abundance of opportunities for teachers
Pitfalls and Precautions is a series that aims to educate teachers on professional conduct issues.
Highlights of the Provincial Executive Council meeting held Feb. 22–23, 2016.
A collection of notices and events.
Pink Shirt Day, an annual anti-bullying event, took place all across Alberta Feb. 24.
View the 46-page Resolutions Bulletin here.
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