Toby’s Political Post

First Nations education has been changed since the beginning of this century. With Resolution, which is focused on First Nations Control of First Nations Education, First Nation leadership across Canada confirmed the priority of First Nations education and are dedicated to ensuring that every First Nations child will be supported to succeed through cultural and linguistical education. Before this, a broad policy was set out, reflecting Aboriginal and Treaty rights, responsibility, and a world view of lifelong learning. Based on state laws, policies with Indigenous rights to education may include activities which ensure access to education and services by First Nation students. Lots of activities are framed within the principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and so on. As some organizations claimed, there are other actions to be done later on.

Works Cited
Assembly of First Nations. “Education, Jurisdiction and Governance”. Assembly of First Nations. n. p., n. d..Web. 25 Oct.2012.

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1 Response to Toby’s Political Post

  1. ranson says:

    Good start Toby, I would like to hear your opinion on this and some more information about the current status of First Nations politics or education.

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