Determining the Role of Language and Culture in First Nations Schools

In this report, Lindsay A. Morcom explores the incongruence between the federal government’s proposed First Nations Education Act and the approach of the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) regarding language and culture education. She also examines research concerning potential outcomes of their approaches to determine what would be most beneficial to learners.

2021-06-18T10:38:09-04:00February 5th, 2021|

Towards a New Beginning – June 2005

This foundational report was prepared by the Task Force on Aboriginal Languages and Cultures and was to be a strategy to revitalize First Nation, Inuit and Métis languages and cultures. It was submitted to the Minister of Canadian Heritage in June 2005.

2021-06-18T10:37:32-04:00February 5th, 2021|

The Implications of Oneida Language Learning on Human Services

The Onedia Nation is one of the many indigenous nations in the United States that reflect the impact of detrimental policies and initiatives that have threatened the survival and/or health of many indigenous languages and cultures. This article looks at a qualitative, phenomenological research investigation that utilized face-to-face interviews and photovoice as a dissertation study.

2021-06-18T10:37:20-04:00February 5th, 2021|
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