The UCP government released their latest budget, and it’s not good news for K–12 schools.
The UCP government issued their 4th provincial budget last week, and postsecondary students are getting dumped on. Again.
After 9 mediation sessions failed to make any significant headways in collective bargaining, ULFA may hold a strike vote in 2 weeks.
And that’s after gutting post-secondary education by half a billion over the last 2 years.
A 2020 Alberta Education document claimed that the Nazis strengthened Germany‘s economy prior to WWII, but Adriana LaGrange says her department never saw the document.
A voter sent me this question: What is your view on post secondary education? How will you support students and faculty? I’ve already seen the effects of budget cuts, and the semester hasn’t even started yet! I understand you spent some time at the U of L, so I’m curious if you will honor that […]
Even though population is increasing at 1.2% a year, inflation is increasing at 1.6% a year, and more health and education facilities will be opening up over the next two year.
A professional curriculum developer recently submitted an independent review to a public school board with their assessment of the proposed Alberta K–6 curriculum.
The NDP had announced the new universities for Red Deer and Grande Prairie 3 years ago. They’re being replaced with polytechnics instead.
Last year, the UCP government spent nearly $4 million to a private firm to “renew and transform” post-secondary education. Here’s what $4 million got us.