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Calgary board of Education

"Recent global events have caused us to take time to reflect on trips outside of Canada."
The game of Minecraft to a 40-something like myself looks like a 16 bit, pointless exercise. To a preteen of today, it has become obsession.
In as much as the media can and should not ignore good stories that speak to the public interest, the communications team at the CBE is also limited by what it can say to justify what are, quite frankly, bad decisions.
Calgary's public school board has paid tens of thousands of dollars to a self-proclaimed "high-stakes communications firm
I just graduated from high school and admittedly, I have never felt directly connected to the Calgary Board of Education or the choices they have made regarding students. Certainly, each school has a representative on the Chief Superintendent's Student Advisory Council and while the benefits of such a council can be seen, it is regardless, not difficult to lose the thoughts of the greater student population which includes more than 100 000 students in the Calgary Board of Education alone.
Calgary's public and Catholic schools will close early for the year, after significant flooding in the city this week. In
Calgary’s top public school official is facing criticism from a taxpayer watchdog group after thousands were spent to attend
Aggie Days, an event that celebrates a sanitized and fictitious version of modern, industrialized agriculture. Animals are cute and cuddly. They have straw in their pens and room to roam. Baby chicks, cage free and with their beaks still intact, scurry around, enjoying their last bit of freedom.
Alberta educators were left dismayed by Thursday's budget, after the government pulled out of previous promises to increase
While one might think, this is a creative way to build a school, and it is, the democratic process needs to be followed. It must be viewed through the lens of equity in Public Education. Information needs to be transparent if the public is expected to support it.