Friday, November 6, 2015
Welcoming. Caring. Respectful. Professionals.
These four special words launch the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation fall 2015 TV campaign, designed to invite the public to work with its over 13,000 members to build better schools and communities across the province.
The campaign, called Together We Teach and Learn, includes the TV spot, as well as billboards and online media, appearing throughout November and early December 2015.
Wednesday, September 9, 2015
You will notice a new look to the Saskatchewan Bulletin in your respective staff rooms as you return to school for a new year.
There are several reasons for this; not the least of which is the fact that PrintWest in Saskatoon, where the publication has been printed for decades, has closed its doors, and although we are still able to maintain the same costs by having it done at a sister location operated by the same firm in Regina, the press configurations are such that you will notice a shinier, heavier stock.
Friday, August 7, 2015
Saskatchewan teachers are pleased to welcome Pasi Sahlberg as keynote speaker at their summer professional development seminar for teacher leaders being held August 12-13, 2013. Sahlberg will be focusing his discussions on teacher professionalism and the role of teacher leaders.
Friday, April 24, 2015
SASKATOON – Following a fairly tumultuous year with a variety of challenges facing provincial teachers, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Annual Meeting of Council underlined the desire for change among those educators attending as they elected Patrick Maze of Regina as the new President of the organization.
Maze, who had bemoaned the lack of progress made in what he saw as key areas including the increased workload for teachers, said it is paramount that the STF listens to the voice of teachers, and specifically those attending Council who vote on resolutions.
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
SASKATOON – Much has been made in recent years regarding the increased complexity of PreK-12 education and this year’s upcoming Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Annual Meeting of Council provides ample evidence of that fact.
The more than 200 educators from throughout the province will be gathering for the four-day event (April 22-25) at the Radisson Hotel in Saskatoon, where they will discuss a wide range of topics that have far-reaching consequences for the future of public education in the province.