EA Regional Meetings

Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreements Regional Meetings


February 25, Vancouver Coast Plaza Hotel, 1763 Comox St, Res: 1-800-716-6199
February 26 Terrace Best Western, 4553 Greig Ave, Res: 250- 635-0083
March 4, Prince George Coast Inn of the North, 770 Brunswick St  Res: 250-563-0121
March 7, Victoria Marriott, Inner Harbour 728 Humboldt St,  Res: 1-877-515-2148
April 15 Kamloops Coast Kamloops, 1250 Rogers Way, Res: 1-800-716-6199

Link to registration

Flyer EA Feb13

About the Event

The First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) and BC Ministry of Education are pleased to invite you to a jointly developed regional workshop to discuss Enhancement Agreements (EAs) and their role in ensuring greater success for Aboriginal students in BC.

What is an EA? An EA is a formal arrangement between a school district, all Aboriginal communities, and the Ministry of Education.  EAs are intended to enhance the educational achievement of Aboriginal students in public schools in BC.

The upcoming regional workshops will provide more details about EAs, including the preliminary findings of a recent review to determine how EAs can be improved.  The workshops will also provide an important opportunity to discuss with participants their local experiences, successes, and any challenges that relate to the development and implementation of EAs.

Please join us to share your input about this very important issue.  FNESC and the Ministry of Education value your feedback and suggestions.

Meeting Details

Suggested attendees: First Nations education coordinators, Band Councillors with the education portfolio, Aboriginal community members and organization representatives, District Principals, District Superintendents, Trustees, K-12 Education Partners representatives, and other interested individuals.

Accommodation: Reservation numbers are provided in the schedule.  Quote “FNESC EA Workshop” for the group accommodation rate.    

Schedule: Breakfast 8:15 am, Meeting 9 am – 1 pm (Lunch provided) (Victoria session only: 12pm to 4pm)

Travel and Hotel Reimbursement: Travel reimbursement and up to 2 nights hotel room reimbursement (if required) is available for one rep. per First Nations community (Band) to attend their nearest workshop. A 2nd community representative can apply for hotel/travel reimbursement, but funding for a second representative cannot be guaranteed and will depend upon the number of participants requesting reimbursement.  Claims must be postmarked within 30 days.  School District representatives will not be reimbursed for travel or hotel accommodation.

Information: Jennifer White, Sr. Communications Officer, FNESC  jenniferw@fnesc.ca  1-877-422-3672


  • Established in 1992, the First Nations Education Steering Committee is an independent society led by a strong and diverse board of 105 First Nations community representatives.

    FNESC is committed to improving education for all First Nations students in BC.