An education watchdog group that was highly critical of Calgary's public school board has gone silent.
The Association for Responsive Trusteeship in Calgary Schools (ARTICS) formed after the 2010 election.
The group was critical of the Calgary Board of Education, saying it lacked transparency and accountability, holding too many private meetings and allowing administration to make important decisions.
One of its key members, Trina Hurdman, was elected in the election last month.
Now the remaining members of ARTICS say they’re taking a breather and won't do interviews with CBC News.