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An exploration of the perceived impact of selected factors related to successful Métis education: the voices of Métis graduates of a rural Manitoba high school
Educational success eludes many Aboriginal students today. They are not graduating at the same rate as non-Aboriginal students in Canada and in Manitoba. Métis students, although faring a bit better, are still struggling ...
On integrating aboriginal perspectives: the perceptions of grade 10 English language arts teachers in a large urban school division in western Canada
In an effort to atone for almost two centuries of mishandling, and faced with ballooning urban Aboriginal populations, many of Canada’s governments and educational institutions have adopted policies to encourage the ...
Critical mathematics and critical literacy for indigenous students in an urban alternative high school program: an action research study
The purpose of this action research study was to improve the education of Indigenous students enrolled at an inner-city urban alternative high school for adolescent mothers and/or mothers-to-be. Seven adult students agreed ...
Power in places, policies, and pedagogies: one teacher’s critical inquiry into reconciliation
In response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC), this arts-informed study problematizes one un/settler teacher’s sources of dissonance and experiences of resistance engaging in processes of reconciliation. ...