Provincial government and Saskatchewan teachers bickering about more than money

Oct 16, 2019 | 4:30pm

The Saskatchewan Teachers Federation believes that class size and composition should be discussed when it comes to a new contract. The provincial government has a different thought on that though. Education Minister Gord Wyant says he is willing to talk about class size, but there are more that have to be involved in those discussions […]

Conflicting views on education from Sask NDP and SaskParty surveys

Aug 28, 2019 | 3:20pm

The provincial government says a survey done by nearly 9,000 students, parents and community members about what is needed to be successful in school has shown several things. The survey says the most important thing to those who responded is having quality teachers and staff and a learning environment which is both comfortable and quiet. […]

Sask NDP says early results of education survey are alarming

Jun 26, 2019 | 3:15pm

Using one of Regina’s newer schools as the backdrop, the provincial NDP says their education survey released earlier this month is showing the state of education is worse than what they originally thought. Standing outside Connaught School, Education critic Carla Beck says the call has been made loud and clear for the government to start […]

Meili blasts Moe’s record on education

Jun 24, 2019 | 2:19pm

The provincial opposition leader says special needs students in Saskatchewan are being hurt the most by a lack of support from the Scott Moe Government. Ryan Meili gave the province a failing grade while speaking in front of St. Micheal Community School in Saskatoon. The NDP leader claims while enrollment across the province has grown […]

Saskatchewan NDP want your thoughts on how education is delivered

Jun 5, 2019 | 7:17am

The Saskatchewan NDP wants to hear from you if you have a role in the provincial education system. Education critic Carla Beck announced the Brighter Future Education Survey on Tuesday.  The survey has questions about what is being experienced in classrooms across the province. “We know that our classrooms are increasingly complex and under-resourced, and […]