The Black Gold School Division provides a summary and brief overview of the Review Teams findings and includes examples from each of the Draft Curriculum of some of the strengths and challenges that were identified.
The Confederacy of Treaty No. 6 First Nations Chiefs Reject the Draft K-6 Education Curriculum Proposed by the Provincial Government
The Confederacy of Treaty No. 6 Chiefs expresses concern about the draft K-6 Education Curriculum expected to be tabled by Provincial Education Minister Adriana LaGrange.
The ACFA, the FCSFA, the FPFA and the SHFA raise concerns about Francophone perspectives in the general curriculum and the curriculum for Francophone schools.
The Métis Nation of Alberta (MNA) is calling on the Government of Alberta to redraft its proposed K-6 curriculum, citing monumental concerns about the Euro-American colonial undertones.
Dr. Margie Patrick examines how the draft curriculum conceptualizes religion and belief systems, its proposal for studying religion, and its regard for religious diversity.
Drs. Sharon Bailin and Mark Battersby strongly recommend that the education ministry retract the new proposed curriculum and redo it in light of the need for Albertan students to be able to think critically, innovate, and make well-reasoned decisions in the context of the challenges and complexities of the 21st century.
One of the concerns with the new draft curriculum is plagiarism. Dr. Eaton, an international expert in academic misconduct, analyzed examples shared via email and social media for different types of plagiarized content.