Education not a priority in provincial budget, says NLTA

The provincial budget revealed the Liberal government plans to spend a record amount on healthcare over the next year. 

But what about education? Well the province’s teachers association it was not a priority.

NTV’s Ben Cleary has more in this report. 

Not enough focus on education in Budget 2023, says NLTA

One group that was not happy about Budget 2023 was the Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers Association. 

There was a heavy focus on health care, but NLTA President Trent Langdon feels like health care was left behind.

NLTA marks Education Week by bringing attention to ongoing teacher shortage

This week is education week, with a theme of “better together”. But the NLTA says classrooms would be better if the province hired more teachers.

NLTA voices concerns about school safety after PWC attack

A third teenager has been arrested after last week’s attack at Prince of Wales Collegiate.

The teen was set to appear in court today as the Newfoundland and Labrador Teacher’s Association voiced their concerns about school safety. NTV’s David Salter reports.

NLTA launches campaign to highlight teacher vacancies, lack of substitute teachers in schools

The Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers Association has launched a new campaign, to highlight teacher vacancies, and a lack of substitute teachers in schools. NTV’s Beth Penney has the details. 

NLTA renews calls for plan to recruit and retain teachers

With the fall semester entering the home stretch, the NLTA is calling on the province to focus on the other three r’s: recruitment, retention and resources.

The Teachers’ Association says there needs to be a concrete plan to recruit and retain teachers. NTV’s Ben Cleary reports.

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