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World Teachers’ Day: Canadian teachers’ voices are important in this federal election

September 30, 2015

On Oct. 5, World Teachers’ Day, teachers from across Canada will be taking to social media with the message “On Oct. 19, I vote for Our Canada. Our Students. Our profession.” This action is part of a national campaign by the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), to raise political awareness about public education issues that need federal government action.

New resource: How arts education can support teachers in their role as cultural transmitters in Francophone minority settings

September 24, 2015

The Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF), jointly with the Fédération culturelle canadienne-française (FCCF), is proud to launch a new document that looks at how arts education curricula are providing teachers with the tools they need to act as cultural transmitters. French and social studies curricula were the focus on previous documents.

Education International deplores passage of Bill C-377 by Canadian Parliament

July 27, 2015

The newly elected Executive Board of Education International (EI) expressed its strong disapproval of the passage of Bill C-377 put forth by the Harper government in Canada. The legislation was passed in June 2015 and is described as being anti-union, undemocratic and invasive, breaking privacy laws.

Media Advisory: July 25 - Resolutions calling for an end to regional conflict, child labour, extremism

July 24, 2015

EI Awards ceremony to honor outstanding teachers

Resolutions to be debated tomorrow at the Education International (EI) World Congress will focus on ending child labour, on education, peace and justice in conflict areas and on the vital role education plays in countering extremism.

Media Advisory – July 24: Focus on human and trade union rights, austerity in education, employment conditions

July 23, 2015

Delegates attending the 7th World Congress of Education International (EI) in Ottawa will be debating tomorrow resolutions and policy papers tied to Human and Trade Union Rights; Austerity, Debt and Commodification of Education, and on the Status and Employment Conditions of education workers.


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