The Saskatchewan Teacher’s Federation (STF) hopes that the Government of Saskatchewan can provide more public education funding after the province predicted a $1.1 billion surplus for 2022-23 in a recent mid-year financial report. “Additional investments in education are always welcomed and it has to be […]
Homeschooled students tend to do better than their public school counterparts when it comes to standardized test taking. According to one study published in the Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science compared with public school children, homeschooled children tended to be ahead, with a half-grade advantage […]
It’s only been a short time since the EdTechTeam’s Google for Education summit in Saskatoon, and deputy director of Horizon School Division, Randy MacLEAN, is already thinking of trying to bring an EdTechTeam summit back to Saskatchewan next year. “We’re looking at what it could […]
A University of Regina student is hoping a financial literacy initiative he started will be introduced into Saskatchewan high schools within the next five years.
It’s -45 C. Welcome to Saskatchewan. For Regina Public Schools that means buses aren’t running, though schools remain open. Locals joke that the schools themselves don’t close because they’re buit “Saskatchewan tough.”