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Lily Eskelsen García 11h
Powerful day in . Thank you for the opportunity and thank you to the educators who stood with me in calling for an end to this administration's zero-compassion policies. We will not fail these families and children.
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Ann Hawkins 18h
@catholicteachers waiting for the parade to begin
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Valerie Dugale 17h
Prez Sam Hammond with members celebrating Pride!
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Cassandra Hallett 23h
is extremely grateful the Cdn High Commission will receive the team of teachers working alongside Guyana Teachers' Union colleagues in July to improve the quality of teaching and learning. Together we can make a difference! Thank you, High Commissioner Chatterjee.
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STF Jun 22
Remember to register for The Canadian Forum on Public Education taking place July 9-10 in Edmonton for the opportunity to see STF's Trish Hastings and Ellen Whiteman speak on a Critical Response Protocol! Visit their website for more information:
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Canadian Teachers Jun 22
Parents, trustees, union concerned about hot classroom temperatures
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Canadian Teachers Jun 22
celebrated from coast to coast to coast.
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Catholic Teachers Jun 22
"It’s great to celebrate, but it’s also great for the country of Canada to deepen its understanding of what’s happening in our own country, and engage in some of the issues that Canadians directly have a responsibility to engage with."
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Canadian Teachers Jun 21
Indigenous activists draw parallels between residential schools and children detained at U.S. border.
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David Edwards Jun 21
Our statement denouncing the treatment of migrant children and their families by the Trump Administration. Traveling to the US shortly to be with ⁦⁩ and ⁦⁩ and call on all ⁦⁩ members and allies to stand w/ us.
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Canadian Teachers Jun 21
How do you help kids navigate the leap to high school?
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QPAT/APEQ Jun 21
"Believing in someone, helping them believe in themselves, and putting paths to leadership in place alongside someone’s goals. It’s cushioning the falls that occur on the journey, it’s treading beside someone so they can lean on you..."
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Alberta Teachers Association Jun 21
“Parents want classes at the size where teachers can do their best work, which isn’t the case right now.” Safety and progress at risk in large, complex classes, say parents, teachers, via
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Canadian Teachers Jun 21
Indigenous Storytelling Is Inspiring British Columbia And Alberta Youth To Study Mathematics.
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Canadian Teachers Jun 21
National Indigenous Peoples Day... by the numbers.
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Canadian Teachers Jun 21
Happy ! Today, Cdn teachers and students honour the heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding achievements of First Nations, Inuit and Métis!
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CBC Indigenous Jun 20
Board votes to change Regina school name with ties to residential schools
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Canadian Teachers Jun 20
Thanks for the shout-out! 😊
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Canadian Teachers Jun 20
Wanting to stand in solidarity with our neighbours down south for the atrocity that is affecting so many families? Show up at Parliament Hill and walk towards the U.S. Embassy.
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EduInternational Jun 20
Education is a human right and a public good helping to enable people at all stages in their lives to achieve their maximum potential. This includes the right to learn and right to teach for refugees and migrants in every corner of the world.
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