Features

Q & A: New incoming standards are important to our profession
Question: Iím a principal and Iím hearing that I will need to get another certificate to continue working as a school or system administrator. What is this all about and how do I get one? I have a continuous designation ó isnít that enough? Read the answer.

Editorial: My Christmas gift list
Dear Santa, Iím super excited for Christmas and canít wait for your arrival. Read more.

Teachers cool to further wage freezes, ATA president
With the provincial government touting messages of fiscal belt-tightening and public sector wage freezes, the Alberta Teachersí Association is answering with a simple counter message. ďTeachers feel that we have done our part on this, and I think itís time for our government to stop looking at the expenditure side to help get them out of this deficit situation. They need to look at the revenue side,Ē said ATA president Greg Jeffery. Read more.

New Indigenous Education Resources
Professional Learning Pebbles is a collection of 24 short activities created by the Alberta Teachersí Association Walking Together Project to support certificated teachers on their learning journey to meet the First Nations, Mťtis and Inuit Foundational Knowledge competency in the Teaching Quality Standard..

Guide to Education 2017 - 2018
View the complete guide to education for 2017 - 2018. Read it now.

Code of Professional Conduct
The Code of Professional Conduct stipulates minimum standards of professional conduct of teachers but is not an exhaustive list of such standards. Unless exempted by legislation, any member of The Alberta Teachers' Association who is alleged to have violated the standards of the profession, including the provisions of the code, may be subject to a charge of unprofessional conduct under the bylaws of the Association.

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Calendar of Events

Thursday December 21, 2017; 5:15 PM
Local Councilk Meeting; Alder Flats Legion.