Why an Education Governance Framework Matters in First Nation Education Transformation

What matters most in any community sovereignty discussion is with what intention and capacity will we as a people have control over and responsibility for a territory[1]and how our local governance efforts strengthen our nation relations as a distinct community amongst other communities of the great Anishinaabek or Haudenosaunee or Cree nations in Ontario for example.

FN Communities Develop from Strengths

In a visioning exercise supported by the FNWSC in the early Winter of 2017, participating nations identified through community engagements what their vision of a transformed education system is. Culture, identity, language and our histories were key priority areas of a transformed education system identified by all participating nations.
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