Teachers understand the importance of exploring the made-in-BC treaty process with their students. But many lack the knowledge and resources to approach the subject with confidence in the classroom. The Treaty Commission aims to fill that gap with educationally appropriate learning resources for elementary and highschool students. Many of these materials are also appropriate for college and university students. In addition, Commissioners, treaty advisors and staff regularly speak at special events, community forums, public schools and post-secondary institutions to provide a front-line perspective on treaty negotiations.