First Nations Schools

The research found that only four of 10 young adults living on reserves across the country have finished high school.
George MacMartin was the Ontario commissioner responsible for Treaty 9. (Photo: Michael Bolen/HuffPost Canada) To this day
Fed up with aboriginal people dependent on taxpayer funding, tired of suicide and poverty and drug addiction on reserves
First Nations are looking for an educational system adapted to their realities and their culture. Unfortunately, the federal government's new approach seems to be based on the view that band councils are the problem and provincial school boards (or bodies like them) are the solution. But the evidence shows the government will not be able to solve the problems experienced by schools on-reserve simply by handing responsibility for them over to new or different institutions. The students will remain in the same communities with the same challenges.
WINNIPEG - The chairman of Canada's truth and reconciliation commission says removing more than 100,000 aboriginal children
OTTAWA - First Nations education in Canada gets a failing grade in a new report. A national panel on first nation elementary
WILLIAMS LAKE, B.C. - An entire class that failed Grade 9 math had four different teachers come and go from the classroom