The mission of the Education Society is to initiate, advocate and share with educators technology-enriched teaching, learning and leadership options of tomorrow, empowered by unique alliances with educational and community partners.

How Can You Become Involved?

The Education Society is a non-profit educational alliance located in Alberta that supports learners and their families through the innovative use of technology.'s award-winning programs provide extraordinary just-in-time tools, resources, and mentorship opportunities for educators and learners of all ages. programs and services are developed and sustained through the ongoing support of public and private sector partners, sponsors and patrons. We are actively seeking sponsorship to be able to sustain the valuable programming and support we provide for educators, parents, and youth across Alberta and Canada. The website receives an average of 6 million web hits per month and is visited by millions of educators, parents, and youth from Alberta, across Canada, and around the globe. Becoming a Education Society Circle Program Partner will allow your organization to receive the recognition it deserves for supporting the education and wellness of our youth, their families, and the kindergarten to grade 12 education system as a whole.

In an era of mass media and rapid technological growth, finding the oasis of quality - that information gem that will open the door for young learners of today - can seem like a daunting task. In this age of social media, cell phones, and other mobile devices, helping our youth and their families stay safe online is challenging. provides many extra-ordinary resources for youth and their families in the area of digital citizenship.

In addition to high-quality educational resources and learning objects for students and teachers, provides support resources for digital citizenship and web awareness resources for students, teachers, and parents through the Your Digital Presence website. Special parent support sites include Parents Want Too! and Early Learning in a Digital World. Special interest topics such as environmental awareness, First Nations, global awareness, and other topics are included in the Gateways 2Learning websites.

To learn more about participating in the Circle Program, please contact John Hogarth, Executive Director by email at or by telephone at 780.904.1834

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