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The Assembly of First Nations (AFN) is the national representative organization of the First Nations in Canada. The Education site provides news and links regarding all levels of education for First Nations.
Promotes decolonizing education and advocates for social change, which addresses the Federation's Aboriginal education initiatives that focus on enhancement agreements, employment equity for Aboriginal teachers, anti-racism, and decolonization.
FNSA is a non-partisan organization committed to promoting First Nations control of education, and to improving and supporting the development of quality and culturally appropriate education for First Nations students.
Indigenous Education seeks to improve success and supports for Indigenous students, and increase the presence of Indigenous culture, languages and history for all students. It also aims to help teachers bring Indigenous knowledge into their teaching practice.
an inter-generational digital storytelling project on the legacy of residential schools in Canada. Taking place between 2010-2014 in Winnipeg it consisted of four digital storytelling projects with 32 residential school survivors and the children of residential school survivors.