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Ahenakew, David

The Saskatchewan Bulletin, Sept. 15, 1971, p. 8, "We have learned a great deal about people and how they die, but we are learning too, about rebirth." Image of David Ahenakew, Chief, Federation of Saskatchewan Indians, speaking from a podium to an audience.

Alexander Graham Bell Association 1985 - Conference Presentation

The Saskatchewan Bulletin, Oct. 25, 1985, p. 7; "More than 170 educators, parents and young people attended the first annual conference of the recently-formed Saskatchewan chapter of the A. G. Bell Association, held earlier this month in Saskatoon. The conference focused on the family and featured a presentation (shown at right) by John and Joanne McKitrick and their daughter Karen about Karen's progress, as a hearing impaired child, through early training and into regular school integration."

Alexandra School "Yesteryears" 1984 - Students Role Play

The Saskatchewan Bulletin, January 18, 1985, p. 1; "As part of the Dec. 2-8, 1984 celebration of its 100th anniversary, the Moose Jaw public school board opened a model 1884 classroom to the public, in the basement of Alexandra school. The appropriately-dressed students were taught a skit by teacher Judy Froese (left) and were instructed by retired music teacher Penny Braaten (right), who portrayed the system's first music teacher, Ada Francis Lemon."

Anderson, Dr. George R.

The Saskatchewan Bulletin, Dec., 1967, p.7- 8; "SASKATCHEWAN CENTENNIAL TEACHERS. ; G. R. Anderson: The lengthy and distinguished career of prominent Saskatchewan educator Dr. George R. Anderson spans half a century?" Item consists of head and shoulders photo of Dr. George R, Anderson.

Anderson, Dr. R. N.

Arbos, September-October, 1968, p. 9; "Why is Teacher Education the Step-child of the University?" Dr. R. N. Anderson, Professor and Head of Secondary Education, Faculty of Education, Regina campus discusses issues in teacher education in Saskatchewan. Image consists of a head and shoulder photo of Dr. R. N. Anderson.

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