Dear CPF Alberta Members and Stakeholders, Like you, I am so glad that my children have had the opportunity to be in French Immersion from kindergarten all the way through high school and now into University. It is such a gift to [...]
CPF Alberta is disappointed in the Minister of Education’s decision to renew the contract of eight of the original K-6 consultants for the development of the proposed 7-12 curriculum.
Updates: We are happy to announce that we have recently learned that Rocky View School Division will support High School French Immersion (FI) students that need online FI courses who cannot take them in person.
Edmonton, May 14, 2021 - Our Executive Director, Michael Tryon, did an interview with Radio Canada on the proposed curriculum and the parent/public information sessions.
CPF Alberta is calling on the Government of Alberta to provide real opportunities for parents and the public
Canadian Parents for French Alberta (CPF Alberta) is calling on the Government of Alberta to provide real opportunities for parents and the public to openly and actively participate in the virtual sessions being hosted by Alberta Education staff in regards to the draft K-6 curriculum.