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Teachers keep “Moving the Goalposts” according to Education Minister

Teachers keep “Moving the Goalposts” according to Education Minister

Mar 28, 2024 | 11:04am
With schools closing for “spring break” tomorrow, and through next week, there will be no job action from teachers. The on going labour dispute with the provincial government has seen teachers withdraw from extra curricular activities province wide all week. The job action is expected to resume after the break. Education Minister Jeremy Cockrill says […]
Striking A Chord – Saskatchewan’s Education Standoff Continues

Striking A Chord – Saskatchewan’s Education Standoff Continues

Mar 25, 2024 | 9:27am
This week will no doubt see more action taking place from the province’s teachers – a clash between educators and the government has left students, teachers, and parents in limbo. At the heart of the debate – the teachers decision to impose further sanctions affecting extracurricular activities, a move met with swift condemnation from the […]
Teachers Strike Continuing

Teachers Strike Continuing

Mar 25, 2024 | 4:36am
With no resolution on the horizon for the labour dispute between the provincial government, and the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation will be continuing its job action. The STF announced Friday there will be a province wide ban on extra curricular activities all week, except Friday, which is a holiday. Teachers will also withdraw lunch supervision on […]
Teachers Pushing To Have New Education Funding Enshrined in their Contract

Teachers Pushing To Have New Education Funding Enshrined in their Contract

Mar 8, 2024 | 2:21pm
On Friday the Sask Party Government announced it had reached a deal with the Saskatchewan School Boards Association on allocating the new money announced by the government earlier this week. https://www.620ckrm.com/2024/03/08/government-strikes-deal-with-school-boards-about-classroom-supports-and-mental-health-recources/ The province says the four-year agreement guarantees base funding of $356.6 million annually for classroom supports, including increased investment in youth mental health resources. […]

Smith-Windsor new president of provincial school boards association

Nov 18, 2022 | 12:50pm

The Saskatchewan School Boards Association is welcoming a new president. Jaimie Smith-Windsor is the new top trustee in the province. She’s in her fourth term as a trustee on the Saskatchewan Rivers Board of Education. She replaces Prairie South School Division’s Shawn Davidson, who will remain on the provincial board as vice-president. “We need to […]