Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education
The provincial government established the Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education in May 2003. From May to December 2003, the Commission will review how K-12 education is funded in Saskatchewan. Throughout that period, we will gather input from Saskatchewan residents as well as civic, agriculture, real estate and other interest groups.
Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Corporate Circle
Described as "a place where Saskatchewan business leaders, Presidents, Chief Executive Officers can meet with FSIN Chiefs on a regular basis to discuss new and innovative ways to provide increased economic, employment and educational opportunities for First Nations people."
International Center For Leadership in Education
Happen to hear Dr. Samuel Houston at the Saskatchewan School Boards Association's Winter Seminar in 2001? Would you like to find out more about the International Center for Leadership in Education? Visit this site.
Public Agenda Online
Looks at how education is covered by the media in this link to "Learning Curve."
Public School Boards' Association of Alberta is a not-for-profit organization, the members of which are public school boards in Alberta.
Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency.
SAMA is an independent agency that is responsible to the Province of Saskatchewan, local government (municipalities and school boards) and property owners.
Provincial legislation mandates SAMA to develop and maintain the province's assessment policies, standards and procedures; to perform audit assessments, and review and confirm municipal assessment rolls; and to provide property valuation services to local governments (municipalities and school boards).
Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities
SARM is the independent association that represents rural municipal government in Saskatchewan and is the principal advocate in representing them before senior governments.
Saskatchewan Association of School Councils is a volunteer organization that provides leadership, support services, and a provincial voice for home and school associations and school councils.
Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association
Boards of education are members of the Association, which governs high school sports and ensures education through participation in sport.
Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Act
SUMA has been recognized since 1906 as the collective voice of Saskatchewan Municipalities. SUMA represents the interests of municipal governments on policy and program matters within provincial jurisdiction that bear directly on them.
SaskNetWork is the provincial database for career, employment and labour market information. Some 552 opportunities can be searched by post-secondary institution, program, scholarship amount and/or application deadline.