BC Min. Of Ed. Aboriginal Ed.  Great stuff under resources, including the Shared Learning document.

BC Min. Of Ed. Aboriginal Ed. Great stuff under resources, including the Shared Learning document.

Research Guides: Lesson Plans (Elementary and Middle Years): Aboriginal Education

Research Guides: Lesson Plans (Elementary and Middle Years): Aboriginal Education

It's Not an Opinion, It's a Fact: Aboriginal Education in Canada - YouTube

It's Not an Opinion, It's a Fact: Aboriginal Education in Canada - YouTube

Primary education  Mapping Aboriginal Perspectives and Cross-curriculum Content K-10 (PDF, 31 pages, 296 KB)

Primary education Mapping Aboriginal Perspectives and Cross-curriculum Content K-10 (PDF, 31 pages, 296 KB)

Ontario's Aboriginal Education Strategy (background, policy, conferences, progress reports, curriculum, tools & resources

Ontario's Aboriginal Education Strategy (background, policy, conferences, progress reports, curriculum, tools & resources

DET Aboriginal Education and Training Policy - 1.1.4 - The Department will provide Aboriginal cultural education for all staff and education about Aboriginal Australia for all students, as it is everybody’s business.

DET Aboriginal Education and Training Policy - 1.1.4 - The Department will provide Aboriginal cultural education for all staff and education about Aboriginal Australia for all students, as it is everybody’s business.

ONT. Resources for Aboriginal Education....looks good!

ONT. Resources for Aboriginal Education....looks good!

DET Aboriginal Education website ... resources, lesson plans etc

DET Aboriginal Education website ... resources, lesson plans etc

The Seven Traditional Teachings - Aboriginal Education FREE Lesson Plan!

The Seven Traditional Teachings - Aboriginal Education FREE Lesson Plan!

Ontario has an aboriginal education problem. Only 40 per cent of aboriginals living on reserves have a high school diploma, compared to 76 per cent of all Canadians. And that gap is growing. Kathleen Wynne, currently the Ontario Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and formerly the Minister of Education, tells Steve Paikin that it's time for the provincial government to partner with the federal government to provide better aboriginal education.

Ontario has an aboriginal education problem. Only 40 per cent of aboriginals living on reserves have a high school diploma, compared to 76 per cent of all Canadians. And that gap is growing. Kathleen Wynne, currently the Ontario Minister of Aboriginal Affairs and formerly the Minister of Education, tells Steve Paikin that it's time for the provincial government to partner with the federal government to provide better aboriginal education.

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