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McDowell Foundation hosts Learning from Practice Conference in Saskatoon

A group of 85 teachers, administrators, and other school-based professionals came together November 28 in Saskatoon for a conference focused on teacher-led research in Saskatchewan schools.   There were 11 research teams who presented on projects ranging from using an Inquiry-based… +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
people sitting at table at the STF Councillor Conference.

Government reallocates funds to support the classroom

Based at least in part on what was shared in the recently concluded Student First engagement process, Education Minister Don Morgan announced at the Councillor Conference that the provincial government was reallocating $4.6 million in funding to support students and… +Read More
photo of school gym, students, band, and politicians.

Swift Current joint-use facility has official opening

SWIFT CURRENT – It wasn’t just outside that the unseasonably warm autumn sunshine was showcasing the brand new $51 million joint-use school in its best light. There was no shortage of folks basking in the moment inside the auditorium either.… +Read More

Student First process touted as setting future education direction

Education Minister Don Morgan said he had high hopes for the Student First engagement process prior to its commencement, but insisted that it would be an understatement to say the findings shared by Student First co-advisors Russ Mirasty and Patricia… +Read More
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