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School zone speed limit now in effect in Saskatoon

Back to school means the return of school zone speed restrictions in Saskatoon. The reduced speed limit of 30 km/h in areas around elementary and high schools went into effect Monday. Speed is limited between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. weekdays, and there are no exceptions for statutory holidays or during school breaks. The 30 km/h speed limit is designed to give drivers more time to brake in a an emergency such as when a child runs out in from... +Read More

See a day in the life of a teacher

The classroom is changing. Each day is different, and each day is important. Each day, teachers adapt to meet the unique and changing needs of students. And, at the end of the day, it’s the relationship between teachers and students… +Read More

STF reacts to regulatory changes

Since Education Minister Russ Marchuk appointed Dr. Dennis Kendel to conduct consultations and provide recommendations to address perceived concerns around teacher certification and disciplinary authority in cases of alleged professional misconduct, there have been a series of consultations with representatives of the Sask­at­chewan Teachers’ Federation. In its formal submission to Dr. Kendel and Minister Marchuk, entitled Teacher Professionalism in Sask­atchewan: Strengthening Regulation as part of the current review of teacher regulation and disciplinary authority, STF Executive Director Gwen Dueck made... +Read More
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