From time to time, the Provincial Executive or Annual Council will direct standing or ad hoc committees to research and prepare position papers on issues of current interest that has, or will have, an impact on the state and quality of public education.
As professionals, with hands-on experience in the education arena, the NSTU's highly educated membership helps prepare documents with the view to direct its own policies, as well as influence decisions made by its education partners.
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- Aligning Teacher Qualifications with the Learning Needs of Nova Scotian Students
- Continuous School Improvement
- Exploring the School Climate for Gender and Sexuality Minority Students and Staff in Nova Scotia - A Survey of NSTU Teachers September 2015
- Member Professional Development
- NSTU Perspective on Quality Education
- NSTU Response to: Steps to Effective and Sustainable Public Education in Nova Scotia (The Dr. Ben Levin Report)
- Parent Involvement
- PowerSchools - NSTU Concerns and DOE Responses 2010-2011
- Report of the Joint Committee Established under the Teachers’ Provincial Agreement, August 1, 2010 –July 31, 2012
- Report of the PLC Study Committee - Building Professional Learning Communities in Nova Scotia Schools (English / French)
- Teacher Time Use (PDF version / Page Flip Digital format)
- Teacher Voice for Quality Public Education - The Nova Scotia Teachers Union's Reponse to the Recommendations of the Report of the Minister's Panel on Education
- Technology Integration