Established in 1992, the First Nations Education Steering Committee works to advance quality education for all First Nations students in British Columbia and to support communities in their efforts to improve the success of First Nations students.

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The new BC Tripartite Education Agreement (BCTEA) is intended to promote systemic shifts and collective efforts that will support improved educational outcomes of all First Nation students in BC, regardless of where they live or are enrolled in school.

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Aboriginal education initiatives pay some dividends, but advocates look for bigger returns, Vancouver Sun

Squamish Nation, North Vancouver School District sign Indigenous education protocol, North Shore News

Teaching math through cedar weaving, trade beads and oral history, CBC

Should there be a mandatory Indigenous-focused high school course? B.C. educators say yes, CBC

More Teachers to be Trained to Bring Indigenous Perspectives into Classrooms, CBC

Squamish Nation trade school doubles number of classrooms, CBC

Nine-year-old history teacher inspires action at B.C. school, Chilliwack Progress

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