Alexandria, Va., (September 12, 2017) – A new report -- “Busting the Myth of ‘one-size-fits all’ Public Education,” -- from the Center for Public Education (CPE) found an abundance of choice in public schools, both in program offerings and school selection.
Google Canada is taking aim at the looming threat of fake news ahead of election season by bankrolling a new project to boost media literacy among youth — a move at least one expert says is a good first step, but not a cure-all. Through its philanthropic arm, Google.
CHARLOTTETOWN, /CNW/ - Skills, Aboriginal education, improved student performance, and partnership were the focus of the 103rd meeting of the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC), in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
AJAX -- Luke Phrand, Sam Butler and Aaliyah Alexander find First Nations history and culture fascinating as they learn more about it at school. He likes the way they “live by the land,” their colourful art, storytelling, drumming and dancing.
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OTTAWA — The first sign that common ground on controversial changes to First Nations education would be hard to find came early Tuesday when chiefs at a special meeting couldn’t even agree on an agenda for the day.
TORONTO, /CNW/ - CIBC (TSX: CM) (NYSE: CM) is proud to announce a $1 million donation to fund bursaries and scholarships for Indigenous students through Indspire, the largest non-government funder of education for Canada's First Nation, Inuit and Métis students.
The federal government tabled its long-waited First Nations education bill today amid complaints from some aboriginal groups that the legislation falls short on funding and doesn't entirely give them control over First Nations education.
(Kainai High School, Kainai Treaty No. 7, AB) – Assembly of First Nations (AFN) National Chief Shawn A-in-chut Atleo was at Kainai High School today in Alberta to announce the beginning of a new approach to First Nations control of First Nations education.
“The Government wants schools to take more responsibility for themselves and each other in delivering a true self-improving school system. It wants schools to look not to local authorities for expertise but to each other.