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Published by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation



Passionate teachers abound in Ghana

This year through Project Overseas there were 52 teachers assigned to 13 projects in Africa and the Caribbean. I was selected to work in Ghana, Africa with the Ghana National Association of Teachers on the youth project. I was thrilled.… +Read More

Bruce Farrer, thank you for inspiring us | WestJet Above and Beyond Stories

For decades, high school teacher Bruce Farrer has been asking his students to write letters to their future selves. Twenty years later, he tracks down the students – wherever they are in the world – and mails their letters to… +Read More

Inspiring food security solutions among Saskatchewan youth

One interactive session after another, 250 grade seven students from five different school divisions learned about local and global food issues on Thursday. The event is designed to launch a new resource recommended by the Ministry of Education for social studies on global food security and exploring Saskatchewan’s role in achieving that. “It’s absolutely important that activities are experiential and inquiry based so students can really explore food security issues and so the resource is built using smart notebook as... +Read More

We Day makes third stop in Saskatoon

Thousands of kids expected at SaskTel Centre “Every young person has the power to change the world.” That’s the message each and every year as We Day makes another stop in Saskatoon Friday. Since 2007, thousands of Canadians have attended We Day events across the country.  The day is filled with musical performances and speeches from global leaders and public figures. Each year students who want to attend have to take on one local and one global action to help... +Read More
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