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A look at achievement in contemporary Aboriginal schooling The educational success rates for Aboriginal students is often much lower than their peers. The complex factors that influence this persistent achievement gap have been document in previou (More)
The role and place of literatures in Indigenous communities and learning Literature can be a powerful tool, particularly as a space of possibility for social change. Whether inside or outside the classroom, when people see themselves storied in th (More)
Using technology to honour traditions in new ways The potential for technology to promote collaboration, connection, and creativity is being increasing realized in education. Whether in the classroom, or in the community, digital practices are hel (More)
Indigenous communities lead the way in renewable energy developments and partnerships Indigenous communities are increasingly becoming leaders in clean and renewable energy projects across Canada. Often reflective of Indigenous cultural and enviro (More)
Bringing traditional healing and wellness into health services with Indigenous people Grounded in Western values, conventional mental health services may lack the culturally-appropriate programs and practices needed to meaningfully engage and best (More)
The potential for education to counteract Indigenous sex trade recruitment Young, Indigenous women are significantly overrepresented in sexual exploitation in Canada. Despite comprising between two to five percent of the population in western Canad (More)