Secretary General Cassandra Hallett explains how Canadian teachers’ professional space is being squeezed by the steady ping of emails, staff meetings, schools incidents, extracurricular duties, inquiries from parents in addition to their teaching, planning and marking.
Author: Cassandra Hallett
In July 2017, over 100 teachers, union leaders, and others interested in publicly funded public education gathered together at the Canadian Forum on Public Education, an annual event of the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) aimed at increasing the breadth, depth, and reach of dialogue about teaching and learning in order to inform and contribute to continuous systemic improvements so that all children and youth have access to quality publicly funded public education.
As CTF and some of its Member organizations prepare to celebrate important anniversaries, Secretary General Cassie Hallett invites you to share your stories for a special historical project.
Secretary General Cassie Hallett explains how advocacy for gender rights, social justice and public education can start with you!
Cassie Hallett describes the Federation’s next steps after the inspiring Canadian Forum on Public Education.
As a result of the rich cultural learning she acquired during her 11 years teaching in Nunavut, Secretary General Cassie Hallett shares her firm belief that a key to reconciliation is for all teachers to better understand Indigenous cultures and histories.