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Published by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation



Agreement reached in teacher bargaining

The Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee (GTBC) and the Teachers’ Bargaining Committee have accepted terms of settlement for a new provincial collective bargaining agreement for Saskatchewan teachers following conclusion of conciliation and receipt of the Conciliation Board Report. “After working through the… +Read More

Student First Anti-Bullying Youth Forum

In November 2014, approximately 150 students from across the province took part in the second annual Student First Anti-Bullying forum. The forum was an opportunity for students to share their experiences, work together to find possible solutions to address bullying… +Read More
photo of students at Aberdeen school with Honourable Dan D’Autremont, speaker of the Saskatchewan Legislature.

Students get first-hand glimpse at how legislature operates

ABERDEEN – For this morning at least, the resource room at Aberdeen Composite School was transformed into something akin to the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly, albeit significantly pared down from the real thing that plays out in the provincial capital when… +Read More
Trent Wotherspoon listens to teachers at the 2014 Councillor Conference.

Wotherspoon takes government to task over education policy

As a one-time classroom teacher himself, Trent Wotherspoon welcomed the recent announcement by the Ministry of Education that it was reallocating monies that were once intended to support standardized testing in favour of front-line supports for the classrooms. However, as… +Read More

Government introduces legislation to create teacher regulatory board

Education Minister Don Morgan has introduced The Registered Teachers Act to establish the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board (SPTRB). The board will be responsible for teacher certification and discipline in Saskatchewan. Currently, the Ministry of Education is responsible for certification.… +Read More
photo of June Draude and Don Morgan at SSBA conference

Draude, Morgan agree that more needs to be done for youth

As much as Education Minister Don Morgan and colleague June Draude were intent on assuring delegates at the Saskatchewan School Boards 2014 Joint Conference that the Saskatchewan Child and Family Agenda is experiencing considerable success, they readily acknowledged much still… +Read More
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