Alberta Education
Alberta Education, a department of the Alberta Government, supports the needs of students, parents, teachers and administrators from Early Childhood Services (ECS) through Grade 12. Site includes publications, surveys, and statistics.    

Alberta Teachers Association 
The Alberta Teachers’ Association, as the professional organization of teachers, promotes and advances public education, safeguards standards of professional practice and serves as the advocate for its members. Site offers information on Alberta’s education system, issues in education, and advocacy resources.   

Edmonton Community Adult Learning Association (ECALA)
ECALA is one of 83 Community Adult Learning Councils funded by Alberta Advanced Education & Technology. The Edmonton Council, like most urban councils, is responsible for allocation of its Annual Grant to Edmonton based non-profit agencies who provide educational services to adults. ECALA actively engages in the community by hosting adult education focus groups on a variety of topics and by partnering on a variety of events.

Edmonton Catholic School Board
The Edmonton Catholic School Board site includes information on education results reports, enrollment, class size, and more.

Edmonton Public School Board
The Edmonton Public School Board site includes annual education results reports and other publications.  

Public Interest Alberta: Education Campaign   
Public Interest Alberta (PIA) is a province-wide organization focused on education and advocacy on public interest issues. One of PIAs areas of focus is Education. The site contains information on the campaign and the results of its province-wide survey.   

Public Interest Alberta: Post-Secondary Education Campaign  
Public Interest Alberta (PIA) is a province-wide organization focused on education and advocacy on public interest issues. One of PIAs areas of focus is Post-Secondary Education. The site contains information on the campaign, and reports on post-secondary education in Alberta.  

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