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Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Sask Bulletin Article

A tour of schools across Saskatchewan by Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation President Patrick Maze produced some remarkably consistent points of view from teachers. Regardless of where they live or where they practise their profession, the challenges posed by recent austerity budgets in Saskatchewan have produced the same concerns.

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Wednesday, May 1, 2019

SASKATOON – Much attention has been focused on the provincial government’s espoused goal of increasing graduation rates among First Nations and Métis youth in Saskatchewan.

First Vice-Chief of the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations Morley Watson and President of the Métis Nation-Saskatchewan Glen McCallum will be among the opening day speakers at the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation Annual Meeting of Council on Thursday, May 2.

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Sask Bulletin Article

Over the next few months, principals will begin the process of reviewing, revising and refining school plans with the goal of creating a series of documents that outline the school’s programs, projects and priorities for the next year. In most instances, the drivers for individual school improvement originate from its school division’s response to the current iteration of the Ministry’s Education Strategic Sector Plan.

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Friday, April 26, 2019
Sask Bulletin Article

The end of winter is a welcome sight for all of us. I recall last winter in Moose Jaw we had snow on the ground for one week short of six months. This year record-breaking, prolonged cold days in February! While some were fortunate to time their holidays perfectly to avoid the record-breaking cold spell, others felt like bears hibernating in their dens waiting for more moderate temperatures before venturing out. But in any case, I am sure everyone is looking forward to spring.

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