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Talmud Torah celebrates 100 years

Talmud Torah celebrates 100 years

The longest-operating Jewish day school in Canada will be celebrating 100 years this May. Read about the history of this unique school and the events that are planned here.

Jasper Place High School prepares to commemorate 50th anniversary

Jasper Place High School prepares to commemorate 50th anniversary

Two celebrations are planned to mark west Edmonton high school's big birthday.

Young reporters talk shop

Young reporters talk shop

Young Alberta reporters discuss the future of journalism with MacEwan students.

School board to ask province to repeal section of Human Rights Act

School board to ask province to repeal section of Human Rights Act

Trustees call Section 11.1 redundant, say it inhibits learning in the classroom.

End to Grade 3 PATs called for amid School Act consultation

End to Grade 3 PATs called for amid School Act consultation

With Lukaszuk asking Albertans for help in directing education, Edmonton Public Schools would like changes to provincial achievement tests.

‘Tis the season for music at Jasper Place High School

‘Tis the season for music at Jasper Place High School

Christmas concert at Jasper Place showed off the students skills and raised money for World Vision.

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School district looks to next steps on LGBTQ policy

School district looks to next steps on LGBTQ policy

Edmonton Public's policy to protect sexual minorities will need continued dialogue to be effective, board chair says.

Telus World of Science set to reopen Discoveryland

Telus World of Science set to reopen Discoveryland

Just wait until you hear about the "Master Plan"...

Bent Arrow helps schools celebrate aboriginal culture with families

Bent Arrow helps schools celebrate aboriginal culture with families

Prince Charles will host a night of aboriginal culture and celebration with local charity Bent Arrow on Nov. 15.

New Alberta teachers’ hardship turns the other way

New Alberta teachers’ hardship turns the other way

Restored education funding welcomed by school boards, but comes too late for some teachers.

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