Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation

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The Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation is the professional organization representing over 13,000 teachers in publicly funded schools in Saskatchewan.[1]

The Federation derives its mandate through The Teachers’ Federation Act, 2006. Membership comes with responsibilities, and grants professional status protected by law with rights and benefits that support members in their role as teachers.

Working together, teachers and their professional organization assert a credible voice on behalf of the collective, while attending to individual professional aspirations and needs.

The Federation has brought together, represented and served teachers for over 75 years. It embraces and promotes a vision of the whole teacher by offering programs, services and resources that address their economic welfare and professional growth, and the diverse issues affecting teachers’ workplace environment.

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  1. ^ "The Teachers' Federation Act, 2006" (PDF). Queen's Printer of Saskatchewan. July 1, 2006. Retrieved 2010-11-02. 

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