With few language-based curriculum materials, educators use the land as their resource
Building a Distinct Education System
How can First Nations integrate full language immersion into daily schooling? We asked Barbara Nolan, Language Commissioner for Anishinabek Nation.
The language program at Wiikwemkoong Board of Education supports the strategic plan of Chief and Council. Program Manager Sandra Peltier tells us what makes it work.
First Nations lifelong learning directors are transforming on-reserve schooling systems with land-based and language programming that prioritizes culture and provides top-tier education.
Monty McGahey II outlines some language programming initiatives and challenges at Chippewas of the Thames First Nation for the FNWSC series on Rebuilding Distinct First Nation Education Systems