The Interlake Teachers’ Association is proud to represent the teachers and clinicians of the Interlake School Division.
ITA MISSION STATEMENT
The Interlake Teachers’ Association is dedicated to empowering members by promoting and protecting their well-being. We strive to advance equitable public education through the support of relevant professional development, communication with members, professional advocacy, and community engagement.
THANK YOU TO ALL FOR MAKING THIS YEAR POSSIBLE! ENJOY YOUR SUMMER AND SEE YOU IN SEPTEMBER. LINK to the ITA THANK YOU in the Stonewall Tribune.
Province facing growing criticism of Bill 64 – MTS President must-watch VIDEO
Minister Cullen defends Bill 64; releases Fact vs Fiction document – LINK
Education Review Short on Details
The Provincial Government unveiled its long-awaited changes to the Manitoba school system that promise to ripple through the system for years. Much of the government outline lacks detail, promises further consultations depending on the government’s intentions, and it does say its new governance model will be implemented by July 1, 2022.
It will include the reduction of English school divisions to 15, including combining Interlake & Lord Selkirk. The Society will be meeting with the government in the immediate future to discuss the plans and timetable. The full report can be found here.
Manitoba Bills Related to Education:
- Bill 16 – The Labour Relations Amendment Act
- Bill 45 – The Public Schools Amendment and Manitoba Teachers’ Society Amendment Act
- Bill 64 – The Education Modernization Act