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Aboriginal Teacher Education: Issues for First Nations Communities

A part of the Manifesto documentation, this report was written by David Anderson, Laura Horton and Sheila Orwick in 2004. This concept paper focuses on three areas: 1. recruitment and graduation of Aboriginal teachers; 2. cultural training for all teachers and 3. Native language teacher certification. It addresses the following questions: What is the vision for the future for First Nations education? What currently exists in the First Nations education system? What do First Nations need to realize their vision for a successful education system? What are the costs of each item needed to realize the vision for a successful First Nations education system? What are the roles and obligations of the federal, provincial and First Nations governments in achieving the vision of a successful First Nations education system?

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