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Valuable First Nation Language Planning and Policy Resources

The journey of language revitalization can be challenging, especially when time is of the essence. The work can be daunting whether your First Nation is just beginning or already underway. The COO has reviewed online language planning resources. These resources and tools can help your First Nation establish language revitalization goals and determine what the

2024-06-04T08:02:08-04:00May 31st, 2024|Categories: News, Recent News|Tags: , |

Education Media Clips: April 17 to May 5, 2024

Anishinabemowin instructor proud, hopeful as she helps pass language to next generation in Interlake April 17, 2024 Lillian Traverse nearly lost her 1st language in youth amid teasing in school. Now, she's teaching it to kids. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/teaching-anishinabemowin-langauge-kids-ashern-interlake-1.7174423 Students, staff at private North Bay college locked out of courses April 24, 2024 Lack of

2024-05-09T10:33:38-04:00May 9th, 2024|Categories: Recent News|

Request for Proposals: COO Education Sector – First Nation Post-Secondary Supports Costing Model

SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS                   You are invited to submit a proposal for the Chiefs of Ontario's project to produce a costing model for post-secondary student support and for First Nation administrators to support learners. Please see the document: 24-04-26 COO RFP PSE Costing Model FINAL PURPOSE & BACKGROUND: Chiefs of Ontario (COO) supports all First Nations in

2024-04-26T15:36:39-04:00April 26th, 2024|Categories: News, Recent News|

Lunch and Learn: Part II Services for Blind/Low Vision and Deafblind Learners

The Chiefs of Ontario Education Sector, along with the Provincial Demonstration School Branch, Student Support and Field Services Division, and Ministry of Education, discuss services for Blind/Low Vision and Deafblind Learners, admissions to W. Ross Macdonald School for the Blind, opportunities for professional development and referral processes to access supports. Link to video Presentation -

2024-04-18T10:02:03-04:00April 18th, 2024|Categories: Events, News, Recent News|

Education Media Clips: March 27 to April 9, 2024

Ontario MPPs can now speak their own Indigenous languages at Queen's Park March 27, 2024 Kiiwetinoong MPP recalls being punished for speaking Anishinaabemowin in residential school https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/ontario-queens-park-anishinaabemowin-1.7156130 Polar bear paw prints spotted in one First Nation’s school yard April 1, 2024 A polar bear came too close to home for Peawanuck First Nation

2024-04-17T08:58:45-04:00April 9th, 2024|Categories: Recent News|

Systemic Gaps in Education Project: Wellbeing

The Chiefs of Ontario is launching the next stage in our Systemic Gaps in Education Project.  We are hoping your school will join us in reporting on students’ well-being.  This video provides an overview.  To learn how to participate, or for more information, please contact COO Education Project Lead, Ashley Deacon at ashley.deacon@coo.org. Link to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljZ7nI2qiZ0

2024-04-08T14:07:31-04:00April 8th, 2024|Categories: Events, News, Recent News|

Education Media Clips: Feb 14- Feb 7, 2024

Its only school ripped away by arson, Eabametoong First Nation focuses on healing and keeping kids in class February 14, 2024 Leaders of First Nation in northwestern Ontario push for temporary school to be built by fall https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/thunder-bay/eabametoong-first-nation-school-arson-1.7113941    Why Are Ontario Post-Secondary Schools in Fiscal Disarray? February 13, 2024 https://www.tvo.org/video/why-are-ontario-post-secondary-schools-in-fiscal-disarray   Moose

2024-02-16T12:33:17-05:00February 16th, 2024|Categories: Recent News|
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