In her last column as CTF President, Heather Smith tells us how education has evolved over the past 150 years and how CTF has played an important role for the benefit of teachers and students.
Author: Heather Smith
President Heather Smith tells us why we must continue to fight for women’s rights and encourage women to take their place in the political sphere.
Heather Smith reflects on the recent Canadian Forum on Public Education, her 33-year career as a teacher and how we can best support the mental health and wellness of students and teachers.
CTF President Heather Smith describes her journey in discovering and learning more about Indigenous people, a journey which continues to this day.
Picking up on this issue’s theme of la Francophonie, President Heather Smith describes how the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) supports Francophone teachers in minority settings.
Picking up on this issue’s human rights theme, Heather Smith invites us to open our eyes, minds and hearts to better understand today’s realities in terms of human rights violations.