CTF Survey on Teachers' Perspectives on Aboriginal Education in Public Schools in Canada
As part of their ongoing work on education-related Indigenous issues, the Canadian Teachers’ Federation (CTF) conducted a survey to seek out the perspectives of classroom teachers on diverse topics related to Indigenous education with a view to informing practice and policy. For the purpose of the survey, “Aboriginal education” refers to the teaching of Indigenous content (history, culture and current issues), and perspectives to Indigenous and non-Indigenous students in Canada’s public schools.
P4E: Moving Toward Reconciliation in Ontario's Publicly Funded Schools
A report written by People for Education April 2016, examining the Calls to Action from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada, new data from People for Education's 2015/16 Annual School Survey as it relates to Ontario's provincial Indigenous Education Policy, and a recent released paper from Dr. Pamela Toulouse outlining the benefits of an Indigenous approach to education and the importance of broader goals for our public education system.
Report card on Public Education: Key facts on Canadian Achievement and Equity - from The Environics Institute, September 2015
Though the report largely focuses on a comparative analysis of Canada's performance with other top countries in the world, findings around the growing gap between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal education are included.
Click here for the full report from: The Environics Institute