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Greetings from your CAP Directors

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The CAP Board of Directors gathered for a picture after the recent meeting in Ottawa. Here are your Board of Directors for this school year, representatives from all…

Principals/Vice Principals needed to respond to an important survey on the Use of Feedback in Educational Leadership

Dear colleagues – I am examining the use of feedback in helping shape practice in educational leadership and need your help. Below you will find a link for…

Student Leadership Award Winners 2014/2015

The Canadian Association of Principals are pleased to announce the winners of the Student Leadership Award from across Canada for 2014-2015 as follows: Simal Qureshi from Stephenville High…

Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) encourages CAP Members to participate in an important survey!

The Canadian Association of Principals supports the following and encourages our membership to participate! Dear Canadian Association of Principals Members, The Sustainability and Education Policy Network (SEPN) is a national…

Congratulations CAP Student Leadership Award Winners of 2013/2014

The Canadian Association of Principals are pleased to announce the winners of the Student Leadership Award from across Canada for 2013-2014 as follows: Amy Chatman from Hertiage Collegiate,…

CAP-ATA Study: The Future of Principalship in Canada now available for your review

The Canadian Association of Principals together with the Alberta Teachers’ Association is pleased to inform you that the highly anticipated study, The Future of the Principalship in Canada,…

Nominations for the Canada’s Outstanding Principal Award Now Available

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  2015 Canada’s Outstanding Principals’ Award Presented by The Learning Partnership   This national award profiles outstanding leaders in education. Award recipients and their schools receive national recognition….

March 2014 CAP News is now online.

The March 2014 issue of the CAP News is now online. Click here to download.

UNESCO and the United Nations partner to launch poetry contest for Canadian High School students!

The Canadian Commission for UNESCO (CCU) has partnered with the Representation of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Canada to launch a contest for students on the theme of “Refugees and Human Rights”. The contest is open to students between grades 7 and grade 12, in schools across Canada, in French and English, until Friday April 25th 2014.

Click above for more info.

Angry Kids & Stressed Out Parents, CBC Documentary follows children and parents enrolled in groundbreaking early childhood interventions.

The documentary follows children and parents enrolled in groundbreaking early childhood interventions that are currently being used or piloted in various parts of Canada — at home, in school and in the community — to help children (especially those at-risk because of Adverse Childhood Experiences) master the skills they need to be successful later in life.

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