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Systemic Gaps in K-12 schools – Reports

During the 2023 Fall Chiefs Assembly, First Nation Leadership in Ontario accepted the attached  Systemic Gaps Project Student Outcomes and Systemic Gaps Project Suspensions reports as key evidence for work being undertaken by the First Nations Life Long Learning Table (FNLLT). The two documents are the first to be released under the COO Systemic Gaps

2023-11-23T09:53:19-05:00November 21st, 2023|Categories: News, Recent News, Uncategorized|

Leadership Committee on Language Documents

The Leadership Committee on Language is pleased to announce the approval of two important documents:  the LCOL Strategic Framework and the LCOL Communication Strategy.  Additionally, we would like to present two charts outlining the 11 recommendations for Areas of Advocacy and Community-Level of Support. LCOL Communications Strategy LCOL Strategic Framework Archipel Report Recommendations 1-6 Archipel

2023-10-05T12:49:43-04:00October 5th, 2023|Categories: Events, Recent News, Uncategorized|

Call out – High Cost Special Education Needs-Based Applications

Greetings First Nation Education Teams; This is the call for the 2023-24 High Cost Special Education Needs-Based Applications.  The Application due date is Friday, October 27, 2023 (5:00 pm EST). This process is done on a volunteer basis if your community has identified needs that are over and above your 2023-2024 HCSEP allocation. The attached

2023-10-04T14:51:27-04:00October 4th, 2023|Categories: News, Recent News, Uncategorized|Tags: |

Education Media Clips: May 24 – May 3, 2023

Hands-on STEAM learning returns for Northern Indigenous youth May 24, 2023 NORDIK Institute has announced its program Aki Kikinomakaywin (Learning on the Land) is returning for a second year. Thames Valley trustees approve mandatory course on Indigenous authors May 24, 2023 Students at the largest school board in Southwestern Ontario will soon

2023-05-26T10:57:26-04:00May 26th, 2023|Categories: Recent News|

Education Media Clips: November 4 to December 2, 2022

Students' caribou hunt in Aklavik provides meat for the entire school November 22, 2022 6 students teamed up with 6 skilled hunters for an on-the-land experience Young learners falling behind on literacy rates, say First Nations educators November 22, 2022 'We want to make sure our students are tracking to be fully

2023-05-26T10:57:45-04:00December 6th, 2022|Categories: Recent News|

Education Media Clips: October 14 to November 4, 2022

Feds don't know how many employees speak an Indigenous language at work October 14, 2022 The federal government says it doesn't know how many of its employees are expected to speak an Indigenous language as part of their job, as it faces calls to expand compensation to those who do. Ontario Boosting

2023-05-26T10:58:03-04:00November 7th, 2022|Categories: Recent News|
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