Yukon Teachers Association

The new logo for the Yukon Association of Education Professionals. (YEAP)

YTA becomes YAEP

Name change reflects broader membership of educational professionals


The Yukon Teachers’ Association filed a legal petition against the Yukon government on March 24. (Yukon News file)

YTA files lawsuit over rehiring policy for laid-off teachers

Petition alleges that the Yukon government has broken its collective agreement


Yukon First Nation Education Directorate members Bill Bennett, community engagement coordinator and Mobile Therapeutic Unit team lead, left, and Katherine Alexander, director of policy and analytics, speak to the News about the Mobile Therapeutic Unit that will provide education and health support to students in the communities. (yfned.ca)

Mobile Therapeutic Unit will bring education, health support to Indigenous rural students

The mobile unit will begin travelling to communities in the coming weeks


Getting back to the classroom

Plans outlined to return students to class in the fall

Yukon Teachers’ Association elects new president

Holy Family Elementary School principal Ted Hupé has been elected president of…

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

“This is new to everybody right across Canada”

YTA, Yukon government reach agreement on hiring dispute out of court

YTA’s petition was set to be heard March 25 but was called off after the parties reached an agreement

YTA takes YG to court over alleged plan to lay off teachers, re-hire without giving them priority

The Yukon Teachers’ Association said in a petition it learned of the plan at a meeting last month

Yukon teachers get a lesson in new technology

Technology training allows educators more accessible options in the classroom

YTA calls out Yukon government’s new staff housing policy

The president says more housing should be created

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

Teachers’ Association president placed on leave following ‘serious’ allegations

‘I’m going to let the membership decide what it is that they want to do about this’