Information on the most pressing issues facing public education today, what the STF’s position is and how you can help influence change.
Every child comes with a different story. They all bring unique strengths and unique challenges to school. Government needs to work with Saskatchewan parents and teachers to fund education so all students can be successful.
Calm During Crisis, a report developed in partnership with the U of R and Faculty of Education, examines the experiences of principals during the pandemic.
In communities all across Saskatchewan, teachers inspire kids to learn, discover new talents and passions, and achieve their goals.
In February, we asked Saskatchewan people to share stories about teachers who inspire and did they ever! We received almost 50 amazing stories from every corner of Saskatchewan, and we know these stories are just a drop in the bucket in terms of teachers’ impact.
September 30, 2022, marks National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We have resources available to help you mark this day.
On behalf of the education sector partners, thank you for your dedication to Saskatchewan students.
Support Truth and Reconciliation. Watch the film and use the Discussion and Facilitation Guides to help advocate for equity in public education.
Public education matters. Schools are vital to our communities. Who’s made this year’s challenges a bit more manageable for you?
What is your own personal experience with education in Saskatchewan? What ideas do you have for the future? Express your voice through your vote this upcoming election.
We are all Treaty people. Every child matters. Find out how the STF is supporting truth and reconciliation in public education.