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Holy Spirit Schools 14h
students interested in being a part of the Minister's Youth Council, applications are being accepted until July 31, 2019 for students aged 14-19!
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Support Our Students Jun 12
We can (and should!) learn from other places. What to do, what not to do. Other provinces’ policies show us that we can do more to support students in
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Bill Haines Jun 16
here accuses the Minister of Education as being motivated by "hate." Its an awful disrespectful put down of a fine woman in politics, and by 's own standards Irwin deserves"blocking" by Pancholi andSpeaker
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Duncan “Board Man Gets Paid” Kinney Jun 5
Jeez Jason Kenney is really giving it to Alberta's kids. In less than a month he's cut their pay by $2 an hour, killed GSAs and cut funding to education.
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Janet French 12m
So. Would the Education Act give gay-straight alliances in Alberta the strongest legal protections in Canada, or "among" the strongest protections in Canada? tries to sort that out
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Alberta Teachers Association Jun 15
Let's stop ranking schools.
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Support Our Students Jun 13
TBT 2016: Our concerns have grown since then and we worry for the future of public education in Alberta. The lifting of Charter school caps means the trajectory of privatization of education in shows no signs of slowing down.
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Janis Irwin Jun 7
“This is about making sure we have a balance of making sure the kids have to be protected” - Minister Aheer echoes Minister LaGrange’s language of “balance”. LGBTQ youth aren’t seeking balance. They’re seeking safety, support, and acceptance.
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Pam Davidson May 19
Excellent initial idea in ⁦⁩ & Danny Steele’s book. Creating conditions for improvement is leadership.
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Josh Cole Jun 7
Charter schools are a back-door scheme for privatizing education. That's all they are. That's all they have ever been. Anybody who tells you otherwise is ignorant or lying to you.
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Chris LaBossiere May 22
This is why I know I can’t be a partisan Conservative anymore. Teachers are a special interest group in education like doctors are a special interest group in medicine.
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Support Our Students Jun 13
"Because money going toward charter schools is money that's not funding standard district schools......as a vicious cycle of defunding, degraded education and flight out of the system drives a ceaseless downward spiral."
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Terry Harris 2h
Thank you Minister for a great exchange of ideas in our meeting today. Trustees & administrators appreciated your insights. Like you, we are deeply committed to students & to excellence in Alberta's educational system.
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Jigsaw Learning 11h
NEW BLOG POSTING by Lead Learner Lorna Hewson - Partners in Intervention: Guided Reading and the Collaborative Response Model
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Bill Haines 4h
Nah, using H8 is unparliamentary and uncivil language defaming the good motivations of an identifiable group; Christians and is grounds for charging the NDP with hate speech violations under the AHRA.
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Scott Fenwick 5h
Replying to @jpaulson49
Lay off the whole “gender ideology” bull. That phrase is used to undermine women’s and LGTBQ rights worldwide.
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Amy Graves 5h
You might not feel the need to deceive people if you were doing the right thing, but it's wrong and you know that. Please don't insult our intelligence, we know better.
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jason schilling Jun 7
Rushing to pass this 7 year old legislation that “includes 82 pages of changes...some plans remain unknown” before September seems shortsighted to me. The Education Act: what’s in that legislation? – Edmonton Journal
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kelly aleman Jun 6
The new Alberta Education act takes off restrictions for building Charter schools. These schools are 100% taxpayer funded but are allowed to refuse your kid. How bout them apples ?
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Adriana LaGrange Jun 5
It is a great day for education in Alberta! Today I had the honour of introducing the Education Act into the House for first reading. This bill will help us deliver a modern education system so all of Alberta’s children can reach their full potential
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