Supervision and evaluation of teachers is the responsibility of school-based and school board administrators as part of the employer/employee relationship. Their role is to provide the appropriate supports for teaching and learning, and to work with teachers to develop a classroom and school environment that nurtures student well-being and growth.
Students, parents or members of the public who have questions or concerns about a teacher’s professional conduct or competence, that have not been resolved by talking with the individual, are encouraged to share the situation with the principal. If this does not resolve the issue, the next step would be to engage with the school board or conseil scolaire.
When questions or concerns are not resolved at the school or board level, the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation and/or the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board may be able to assist.