Abbi’s decision to get into trades was influenced by her grandfather. “He always liked cars and worked in car dealerships. He played a major role in my upbringing and so
Seycove Secondary’s Social Justice 12 is a course that teaches students they are never too young to make a difference in the world.
[Victoria, B.C. – April 20, 2021] Boards of education are pleased that K-12 education continues to be a priority for government but are concerned that funds announced today will only
Students at Salmo Elementary school are lining up at lunch recess with cardboard in hand these days. They are patiently waiting for their turn to try out the new Glowforge
The district’s Indigenous Education Program has joined together with Elders, other leaders and educators to find new ways to share Indigenous learnings and culture during the pandemic. What follows are
[Sent March 31, 2021] President Higginson to Minister Whiteside: “This paper was written by BCSTA’s Capital Working Group with input from every board of education in B.C. The report, endorsed
School District 73 (Kamloops-Thompson) has implemented policy changes, staff training and new education resources in response to a 2020 petition to teach Black history and experiences.
Students in the Professional Cook 1 (PC 1) Program at Walnut Grove Secondary will be continuing on with its annual One Season Restaurant but it will look a little different.
BCSTA’s advocacy efforts to include K-12 staff on the COVID-19 vaccination priority list have been successful! We’re proud to have worked closely with Minister Whiteside to bring this critical layer of
Manitoba’s decision to eliminate locally elected school boards will deny communities local autonomy and accountability in public education.