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CSBA Annual Congress and National Trustee Gathering on Indigenous Education 2020
The Alberta School Boards Association is hosting the Canadian School Boards Association Annual Congress and National Trustee Gathering on Indigenous Education 2020! This event will take place July 2-5, 2020 at the Banff Centre for Arts and ...Read More
12 Alberta students recognized with Honouring Spirit: Indigenous Student Awards
First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students who model strength and commitment in the pursuit of their personal educational paths were awarded today at the Alberta School Boards Association’s second annual award ceremony May 11, 2019, Edmonton, AB ...
The Alberta School Boards Association (ASBA) congratulates Alberta’s Education Minister on her appointment
On behalf of Alberta’s 61 public, separate and francophone school boards, ASBA looks forward to working with new Education Minister Adriana LaGrange May 3, 2019, Edmonton, AB —On behalf of ASBA’s 61, locally-elected public, separate and school ...
Class size caps are not the answer to class size pressures
Meeting target class sizes is becoming increasingly difficult as student enrolment fluctuates April 11, 2019, Edmonton, AB — As school boards face the pressures of fluctuating student enrolment, meeting class size targets is becoming increasingly ...
Alberta’s locally-elected school boards are a critical voice in education
School boards need to be brought to the table for discussions about how best to serve students April 8, 2019, Edmonton, AB — With the election just over one week away, Alberta’s locally-elected school boards are asking where they fit in the of A ...
Alberta School Boards Association urges government to address chronic underfunding experienced by school boards
ASBA believes investing in education means investing in Alberta’s economy March 4, 2019, Edmonton, AB — Locally-elected school boards in Alberta are made up of individuals who care deeply for the future of our next generation. Because of this, a ...
New mandatory bus driver training could cause driver shortage
The Alberta School Boards Association urgently requests funding for the Mandatory Entry Level Training (MELT) for new bus drivers Feb. 28, 2019, Edmonton, AB —Effective March 1, 2019, new school bus drivers will be required to complete an enhanced ...