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First Nations Education In Canada

Author : Marie Battiste
ISBN : 9780774844383
Genre : Education
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Written mainly by First Nations and Metis people, this book examines current issues in First Nations education.
Category: Education

First Nations Education In Canada

Author : Marie Ann Battiste
ISBN : 077480517X
Genre : Education
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Written mainly by First Nations and Metis people, this book examines current issues in First Nations education.
Category: Education

First Nations Education Policy In Canada

Author : Jerry Paquette
ISBN : 9781442660311
Genre : Education
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How can First Nations schools in Canada offer a curriculum that is at once authentically and deeply Aboriginal while comparable in content, quality, and standards to provincial and territorial education? First Nations Education Policy in Canada is a critical analysis of policy developments affecting First Nations education since 1986 and a series of recommendations for future policy changes. Jerry Paquette and Gérald Fallon challenge the fundamental assumptions about Aboriginal education that have led to a Balkanized and ineffective educational system able to serve few of the needs of students. To move forward, the authors have developed a conceptual framework with which to re-envision the social, political, and educational goals of a self-governing First Nations education system. Offering a sorely needed fresh perspective on an issue vital to the community, First Nations Education Policy in Canada is grounds for critical reflection not only on education but on the future of Aboriginal self-determination.
Category: Education

First Nations And Schools

Author : Verna J. Kirkness
ISBN : 0920315542
Genre : Indians of North America
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This survey of education for aboriginal groups in Canada includes a historical overview and reports from each province, including data on use of native languages, local control of programs, the Hawthorn Report, the 1988 Assembly of First Nations Report, and course outlines.
Category: Indians of North America

The New Buffalo

Author : Blair Stonechild
ISBN : 9780887554131
Genre : Social Science
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Post-secondary education, often referred to as “the new buffalo,” is a contentious but critically important issue for First Nations and the future of Canadian society. While First Nations maintain that access to and funding for higher education is an Aboriginal and Treaty right, the Canadian government insists that post-secondary education is a social program for which they have limited responsibility.In The New Buffalo, Blair Stonechild traces the history of Aboriginal post-secondary education policy from its earliest beginnings as a government tool for assimilation and cultural suppression to its development as means of Aboriginal self-determination and self-government. With first-hand knowledge and personal experience of the Aboriginal education system, Stonechild goes beyond merely analyzing statistics and policy doctrine to reveal the shocking disparity between Aboriginal and Canadian access to education, the continued dominance of non-Aboriginals over program development, and the ongoing struggle for recognition of First Nations run institutions.
Category: Social Science

Decolonizing Education

Author : Marie Battiste
ISBN : 9781895830897
Genre : Education
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Drawing on treaties, international law, the work of other Indigenous scholars, and especially personal experiences, Marie Battiste documents the nature of Eurocentric models of education, and their devastating impacts on Indigenous knowledge. Chronicling the negative consequences of forced assimilation, racism inherent to colonial systems of education, and the failure of current educational policies for Aboriginal populations, Battiste proposes a new model of education, arguing the preservation of Aboriginal knowledge is an Aboriginal right. Central to this process is the repositioning of Indigenous humanities, sciences, and languages as vital fields of knowledge, revitalizing a knowledge system which incorporates both Indigenous and Eurocentric thinking.
Category: Education

Aboriginal Languages And Education

Author : Sonia V. Morris
ISBN : 0889624798
Genre : Indians of North America
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This volume brings together seven studies, written by experts in the field, that deal with the most important features of native Canadian language education: the relation of language to culture; the kinds of curricular approaches best suited to aboriginal languages; the optimal pattern of relationship between teacher and learner; the linguistic characteristics of the learner; and the role of communication in language study.
Category: Indians of North America

Reforming First Nations Education

Author : Canada. Parliament. Senate. Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples
ISBN : OCLC:778840165
Genre : Indians of North America
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Unsettling Canada

Author : Arthur Manuel
ISBN : 9781771131773
Genre : History
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Unsettling Canada is built on a unique collaboration between two First Nations leaders, Arthur Manuel and Grand Chief Ron Derrickson. Both men have served as chiefs of their bands in the B.C. interior and both have gone on to establish important national and international reputations. But the differences between them are in many ways even more interesting. Arthur Manuel is one of the most forceful advocates for Aboriginal title and rights in Canada and comes from the activist wing of the movement. Grand Chief Ron Derrickson is one of the most successful Indigenous businessmen in the country. Together the Secwepemc activist intellectual and the Syilx (Okanagan) businessman bring a fresh perspective and new ideas to Canada’s most glaring piece of unfinished business: the place of Indigenous peoples within the country’s political and economic space. The story is told through Arthur’s voice but he traces both of their individual struggles against the colonialist and often racist structures that have been erected to keep Indigenous peoples in their place in Canada. In the final chapters and in the Grand Chief’s afterword, they not only set out a plan for a new sustainable indigenous economy, but lay out a roadmap for getting there.
Category: History