Yukon Department of Education

Yukon Party calls for all-party committee on school reopening plan

Legislature would need to be reconvened for committee to be created

 

Looking ahead to a very different 2020-2021 school year

“Everybody’s trying to figure out the safest way to get kids to the classroom. It’s not easy.”

 

Protest staged over school changes

More events to be held in opposition to 2020-2021 year plans

 

Today’s mailbox: MAD moving and grizzly bears

Letters to the editor published July 22

  • Jul 22, 2020

School plans criticized

“I don’t think they have thought this through”

Elections Yukon announces date for school council elections

A new date of Oct. 5 has been set for school council…

Getting back to the classroom

Plans outlined to return students to class in the fall

Youth arrested after 36 windows broken at École Emilie Tremblay

Whitehorse RCMP have arrested a youth after three-dozen windows were broken at…

Francophone high school named

The new French high school currently under construction in Riverdale has been…

At-home learning will be new experience for everyone, YTA president says

“This is new to everybody right across Canada”

Commission scolaire francophone du Yukon reaches settlement with territory

The settlement is the resolution of an 11-year-old lawsuit

UPDATED: Face-to-face classes for students suspended in the Yukon

School staff have been working on alternative learning opportunities

Yukon government announces review on inclusive and special education in the territory

Review, led by a B.C. educator, stems from 2019 auditor general report on Yukon’s education system

UPDATED: Substitute teachers withdraw lawsuits in light of YTA’s new collective agreement

Substitute teachers will be allowed to join the YTA under its newly-ratified collective agreement

Yukon government denies it owes substitute teachers unpaid wages

The Department of Education filed responses July 5 to five lawsuits launched against it by substitute teachers

Five substitute teachers suing Yukon government over unpaid wages

In separate claims, the teachers say the Department of Education owes them nearly $17k in unpaid wages