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Today is the world teachers day! The École branchée celebrates this day in your honor and shares with you the press releases on this subject received from many organizations!
|OTTAWA, Oct. 5, 2017 / CNW / - The Premier of Canada, Justin trudeau, today issued the following statement on World Teachers' Day:
“Today we join the international community in celebrating teachers. On the occasion of the World Teachers' Day, we pay tribute to the work teachers and educators do to shape our communities and our world for the better.
“Teachers are people filled with compassion, curiosity, who are constantly looking for new ways to meet challenges and explain complex issues. They understand that listening to their students is more important than having all the answers, and they work tirelessly to ensure that students have the tools they need to find the answers and take action. hand their own future. Above all, teachers help students exit the classroom by showing respect for themselves and others. They know their students will help shape the world, and they have a remarkable impact on that world, every day, in the classroom.
“The theme of this year, Teach in freedom, empower teachers, highlights the important role teachers play in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. When teachers have the freedom and support to help students reach their full potential, entire societies enjoy greater prosperity and a stronger democracy.
“Canada is working to advance theSustainable Development Goal 4, which aims to ensure quality and inclusive education for all, and to promote lifelong learning opportunities. In Budget 2017, we increased access to funding to help adults return to school more easily. We have also made investments in child care services, particularly in the training and support of early childhood educators. Last year, we also created a tax credit for teachers and early childhood educators, which is important support in helping their students succeed. Thanks to our feminist international aid policy, we help women and girls around the world gain equal educational opportunities. We are also investing in Canadian schools and in aboriginal education across the country.
“I am very proud to have been a teacher, and I have immense respect for the work teachers do every day. This is why I am very happy to open the nomination period for Premier's Awards for Teaching Excellence and for Excellence in Early Childhood Education of this year. These awards recognize the work of exemplary teachers, who prepare the next generation to succeed in our changing economy. This year, we are adding 17 awards aimed at honoring inspiring teachers in science, technology, engineering and math. These teachers encourage innovation that allows the Canada to move forward, tomorrow like today. I invite all Canadians to pay tribute to the teachers who make a real difference and to nominate them for the awards.
"On behalf of the government of Canada, I would like to thank all the teachers and educators at Canada and around the world that help us succeed as individuals and help our societies to prosper. You give your best and change lives for the better every day. "
This document can also be found at the following address: http://pm.gc.ca
SOURCE Office of the Prime Minister of Canada
World Teachers' Day: the Monique-Fitz-Back Foundation highlights the commitment of 12 teachers from the greater Montreal area
Quebec City, October 5, 2017 - To mark World Teachers' Day, the Monique-Fitz-Back Foundation highlighted the commitment of 12 teachers from the greater Montreal area during its annual benefit cocktail is held yesterday at the Bonsecours Market.
The benefit cocktail of the Foundation, which had the theme of Pousses de solidarité, was held under the honorary chairmanship of Mr. Denis Leclerc, First Vice-President of the
development of the savings market at the Fonds de solidarité FTQ. Thanks to the sale of tickets, donations and sponsorships and profits from the silent auction, the benefit cocktail of the Monique-Fitz-Back Foundation will have generated a profit of nearly 20,000 $. This amount will be invested in the new solidarity component of the Foundation's financial assistance program and will aim to support preschool and school initiatives linked to solidarity (e.g. welcoming projects for newcomers, intergenerational sharing, support for families from disadvantaged backgrounds, etc.).
TEACHING, AN EXPERTISE TO RECOGNIZE
Quebec, October 4, 2017. - On the occasion of World Teachers' Day, which is held on October 5, the Federation of Teaching Unions (FSE) wants to pay tribute once again to the teachers of Quebec who do extraordinary work every day, with a wealth of expertise that they want to make better known and recognized.
The theme of the Day, put forward by Education International (EI), is in line with the demands of Quebec teachers: Teach in freedom, empower teachers. It finds a very positive echo in Quebec, as well as in the ranks of the FSE, which works actively to promote the teaching profession, to respect professional judgment and to recognize the autonomy of teachers.
“Let us take the time to thank the teachers we represent for their commitment to this demanding and rewarding profession. They work hard to make our schools and centers places where students can learn and thrive, despite conditions that are not always easy. The government must really listen to us and respect us as actors and architects of education in Quebec. This must be reflected in the decisions taken every day for the pupils ”, declared the president of the FSE, M me Josée Scalabrini.
To promote the teaching profession, the FSE is once again leading the campaign Prof, ma pride !, whose spokesperson for a second year is none other than actor and humorist Pierre Hébert. Several activities will be waiting for you. The campaign will kick off tomorrow, in the presence of Mr. Hébert, around 7:30 a.m., on the program Salut Bonjour (TVA).
Profile of the FSE
The Federation of Education Unions brings together 35 unions representing more than
65,000 teachers from school boards across Quebec. It
has teaching staff from all sectors: preschool, elementary, secondary, vocational training and general adult education. It is affiliated with the Centrale des unions du Québec (CSQ).