Sask. teacher strikes have made 'class complexity' a hot topic. How might it affect your local school?

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Amid strained contract negotiations between the Saskatchewan government and the province’s teachers, along with rotating strikes and other labour action since January, a phrase from education circles has surfaced among the general public: classroom complexity. 

It speaks to a reality in schools today — classes of students with a wide spectrum of abilities and needs. Some pupils require learning supports that aren’t necessarily or readily accessible — and that can affect the experience of everyone in the classroom. 

What does a complex class look like?

No class has a homogenous group of kids, but the makeup of students learning together in classes today is significantly more diverse than

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