Public Demands Investment in Education, Cuts to be Reversed

News Release

Saturday’s Rally for Public Education drew a crowd of more than 3,500 people from every corner of the province, demanding the Government of Saskatchewan stop the cuts to education.

“The reality in classrooms is that this is not growth that works for everyone. Each year, more supports and services that students rely on are taken away,” said Samantha Becotte, Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President. “While we appreciate Minister Duncan’s comments on our organizational skills, had he accepted our invitation to the rally, he would have seen the large crowd of parents, students, trustees and concerned citizens standing alongside teachers and other education workers demanding better for students.”

Media Advisory – Media Invitation to the Rally for Public Education

Media Advisory

Media is invited to attend the Rally for Public Education on Saturday, April 29 at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building in Regina. This rally will bring voices from across the province together to demand the provincial government stop the cuts and provide funding to meet all students’ needs.

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