The Interlake Teachers’ Association is proud to represent the teachers and clinicians of the Interlake School Division.
- On Monday, October 21, 2019, you are encouraged to exercise your democratic right to vote for the next Canadian government.
The “I Teach, I Vote” Link below, lists some of the current Federal Education Issues according to The Canadian Teachers’ federation:
“With the election in full swing, teaching for a better world includes voting for one. The CTF/FCE’s “I Teach, I Vote” campaign is equally a focus on the priorities that can be addressed at the federal level, as well as a call to action. As teachers, we are among the select few in our communities that directly witness and experience the stark realities facing so many, which places us in the best position to give voice to those who are seldom heard.”
- New MTS Ad Campaign: My Classroom. Our Future – LINK to videos
- Leadership: An Equity Perspective Workshop – Saturday, November 23 – LINK to information and registration
- Women In Educational Leadership (WIEL) Forum: LINK
MB Government Introduces BILL 2; The Public Services Sustainability Amendment Act. Links to:
K-12 Review & the MTS Comprehensive Submission to the K-12 Education Review has been released to the public.
- Click to see the FULL DOCUMENT, which includes 17 recommendations.
- Click to see the MEDIA RELEASE containing the highlights.
MTS Update on Issues Documents
Province’s handling of French education shows ‘lack of respect,’ say concerned parents and teachers. (CBC Manitoba)
‘GSAs save lives’: why gay-straight alliances matter to teachers, students (CBC Edmonton)
French-language education at risk: Partners for Education (Global News)
Myers Weinberg commentary on Bill 28
Read MTS President, Norm Gould’s presentation to the Presentation to the Legislative Committee on Bill 28, here.
An analysis of public-private partnerships in school construction from the Regina Leader Post
Moody’s states that Manitoba has “solid debt affordability” and is not in crisis.
Class size does matter: A Study from NEPC