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Published by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation



Pleasant Hill School 100th Anniversary

Pleasant Hill School is celebrating 100 years and while the school and city have changed dramatically, the spirit remains as strong as ever. +Read More

Understanding culturally responsive pedagogy imperative

The term “culturally responsive pedagogy” may be new to some teachers, but it will become a well-known phrase in the Saskatchewan educational landscape over the next few years. The phrase is referred to in two of the education sector strategic… +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

Former PM says aboriginal education should be front and centre

Aboriginal education and engagement is critical to Saskatchewan’s future according to a former prime minister of Canada. The Right Honourable Paul Martin spoke to a packed room at the Mayfair United Church in Saskatoon during an event hosted by St. Andrew’s College. The theme of the event was “All My Relations – Aboriginal Education and the Future.” While there has been substantial progress in terms of indigenous education within universities, there is room to grow, he told Saskatoon Afternoon Thursday.... +Read More

Royal Tour Rolls Into Regina For Youth Awards

Prince Edward had high praise for local youth Thursday during a ceremony at the RCMP’s depot division in Regina. In the morning he presented Duke of Edinburgh gold awards to 24 young people. The award recognizes personal achievement in a wide variety of areas including adventure, volunteerism and physical fitness. The prince congratulated the recipients for their accomplishments saying they have gone above and beyond in terms of achievement. “This is your day, this is your moment and just feel... +Read More
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LINC representatives share their respective experiences

It soon became clear at the Local Implementation and Negotiation Committee symposium that the commonality in local bargaining throughout the province is quite simply that there isn’t any. Randy Schmaltz of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation senior administrative staff acted as… +Read More
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