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Schmaltz
02/17/17

Schmaltz appointed Executive Director

Following the most recent meeting of the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Executive, it was announced that Randy Schmaltz had been appointed as the Executive Director/CEO of the provincial organization effective April 1, 2017, at which time current Executive Director Gwen Dueck… +Read More
education sector planning submission
02/14/17

STF insists changes be made for right reasons in governance submission

In its submission to the kindergarten to Grade 12 educational governance review, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation made it clear that potential wide-sweeping changes in the sector are not necessarily bad, but at the same time stressed there are some ifs… +Read More
Bearhead
02/07/17

Learning From Practice and 25th Anniversary Gala

Learning From Practice is an annual conference of the McDowell Foundation that ensures Foundation-funded researchers have the opportunity to share their project experiences and outcomes with their colleagues across the province. This year’s conference was on February 3 and featured… +Read More
mcdowell presidents day
01/19/17

McDowell Foundation plans to celebrate 25 years of supporting teacher research

In 1991, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation created the Dr. Stirling McDowell Foundation for Research Into Teaching Inc. This charitable foundation was created to provide support for research that would directly impact teaching and learning in the province. This year marks… +Read More
councillor confernce
01/10/17

Maze has plenty to contemplate in education sector

It would be an under­statement to suggest that these are rather uncertain times in public education in Saskatchewan and so it is therefore quite understandable when Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Patrick Maze offers his thoughts on a particular subject, the… +Read More
12/21/16

K-12 Saskatchewan education review reports feedback, options

School boards should remain elected and not appointed, and school divisions should not be further amalgamated, according to feedback collected for the provincial education review. In his report, received Wednesday by the provincial government, policy expert Dan Perrins said he was approached by 32… +Read More
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