The First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC) is a “First Nations-controlled collective organization focused on advancing quality education for all First Nations learners”. I was drawn to this organization and the resources made available on the website because it is First Nations controlled. The site contains resources for the classroom, as well as some interesting videos from the Annual Provincial Conference on Aboriginal Education.
The FNESC organize events that educators may find useful, such as the upcoming Indian Residential Schools and Reconciliation Workshop (intended to help educators teach about the topic in a well informed and appropriate way).
The site provides a link to the Aboriginal Post-Secondary Education and Training Partners Group, which is “committed to improving access and success for all Aboriginal post-secondary students in BC”. This sounds like it should be required reading for educators working in the post-secondary sector.