The question of how to serve Aboriginal students in educational institutions that have sometimes been seen as a source of harm is a potent one. And it’s one the Faculty of Education’s Aboriginal Teacher Education Program (ATEP) addresses head on.
Paying tribute to a fun and fearless educator
Sometimes, teachers inspire their students in remarkable ways. For many students at Edmonton’s Archbishop MacDonald High School, that teacher was – and always will be – Christine Klein.
Christine, who taught at the school for most of her career, graduated from the University of Alberta in 1986 with a bachelor’s degree in secondary education. In November 2012, she passed away from pancreatic cancer.