Dear Adriana LaGrange,

You need 21st century technology in the classroom, just like you need it to renew your domain name before it expires.

Fun Fact // Albertans still think your curriculum is bad.

When referring to the use of technology in Alberta's new curriculum Ms. Adriana LaGrange has said that students can code with "paper and pen", but it is obvious that Adriana LaGrange does not understand how technology works. Otherwise, she would not have let her domain name expire. This includes failing to renew the domain during the 41 day grace period.


Ms. LaGrange's draft K-6 curriculum is under a lot of public scrutiny for good reasons. One of the main reasons for the public backlash is because this draft curriculum is out of touch with the modern world that Albertans live in today.

Many educational professionals are calling for the curriculum to be thrown out and teachers have voted that they are not confident in Adriana LaGrange as Alberta's Minister of Education.

What you can do!

Alberta's educational curriculum is not a political issue, it's an Albertan issue. Whether or not you support Alberta's United Conservative Party, you should review the draft curriculum at:

Submit your feedback on the curriculum at:

Send an email to your MLA letting them know of your feedback on the new curriculum. You can find the MLA in your riding at:

Most importantly: email Alberta's Education Minister and let her know how you feel about the curriculum and maybe let her know that her domain name expired.


Adriana's Actions So Far

Feb 20, 2022 @ 9:10am - No one representing Adriana has emailed to ask for the return of the domain or to donate. It appears that Alberta's education minister cares about her website as much as she cares about Albertan families.

Jun 11, 2021 @ 3:10pm - Adriana LaGrange's social media profiles have now removed her old domain. While this is expected, I hope she finds it in her heart to donate to charity and get her domain back.

photographic proof that this website was indeed linked to Adriana's Twitter account

Alberta's Curriculum in the News


Jan 27, 2022

Alberta Education schedules latest round of online engagement sessions for draft K-6 curriculum

After in-person engagement sessions were postponed last fall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the government opened up registration Wednesday for online sessions limited to 120 people each, split up by...

Jan 15, 2022

ATA still looking for answers after minister announced removal of disciplinary authority

The Alberta Teachers’ Association is continuing to look for answers around how it will be affected after Alberta Education announced a plan to remove the group’s authority to discipline teachers....

Dec 13, 2021

Alberta to rewrite its heavily criticized draft social studies curriculum, tweak others

The Alberta government has killed its controversial K-6 draft curriculum in social studies and will be updating plans for a handful of other subjects that were originally slated to be...

Dec 9, 2021

Education minister to remove teacher disciplinary abilities from Alberta Teachers’ Association

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange has directed her staff to draft legislation to be tabled in the spring that will separate the teacher disciplinary process from the mandate and functions of...

Nov 12, 2021

Alberta Education pulls document recommending students also learn positive Nazi economic policies

Alberta Education Minister Adriana LaGrange has pulled a guidance document recommending schools include positive material about Nazi-era German economic policies when teaching about war atrocities. Published in January 2020 by...

Nov 8, 2021

LaGrange defends value of K-6 draft curriculum pilot, despite only two per cent of Alberta students participating

Education Minister Adriana LaGrange says she is confident Alberta’s K-6 draft curriculum pilot will provide useful feedback despite only two per cent of students participating.

Aug 11, 2021

NDP call on UCP to halt ‘botched’ curriculum pilot

Alberta’s NDP want Education Minister Adriana LaGrange to face the fact that the elementary curriculum pilot should be scrapped.

Jun 9, 2021

A grade of 'incomplete': Edmonton Public formally asks province to rewrite draft curriculum

The Edmonton Public School Board has formally asked the Alberta government to stop and rewrite the much-maligned draft K-6 curriculum, saying it isn’t age appropriate and doesn’t reflect the province’s...

Jun 1, 2021

Edmonton woman wants Black grandmother removed from Alberta curriculum draft

An Edmonton woman says the Alberta government is using her grandmother as a token of Black history and wants references to her removed from a draft new elementary school curriculum....

May 31, 2021

New Alberta curriculum would overload young learners when what they need is balance

Alberta’s Ministry of Education under the leadership of Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party recently released a draft of new kindergarten to Grade 6 curriculum it proposes beginning to pilot in...

May 25, 2021

Indigenous leaders, elder feel used by Alberta government tactics to bolster new curriculum

Some Alberta Indigenous leaders and an elder say the provincial government has used them or misrepresented their positions to gain endorsements for a new elementary school curriculum they do not...

May 22, 2021

Alberta Teachers’ Association pass non-confidence vote on education minister with 99% in favour

Alberta teachers voted almost unanimously in favour of a non-confidence motion in Education Minister Adriana LaGrange Sunday morning. The motion of non-confidence was passed, with 99 per cent of delegates...

May 3, 2021

Edmonton Catholic School Board votes to not pilot Alberta’s draft curriculum

In a virtual school meeting Monday, the Edmonton Catholic School Board decided unanimously to not pilot the Alberta government’s draft kindergarten to Grade 6 curriculum. Board members said they embrace...

Mar 30, 2021

'Deeply disappointing' Educators, parents voice concerns as Kenney defends new Alberta curriculum

LETHBRIDGE – Alberta’s new elementary curriculum may only be a day old, but it’s already coming under fire from some educators and parents. “It’s deeply disappointing,” says David Scott, an...

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