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BC Ministry of Education

Elementary | Secondary

The BC Ministry of Education redesigned its curriculum to include more Indigenous perspectives, and provides a number of Indigenous Education Resources. These resources include maps of First Nations and languages in BC, information on reconciliation, and its Continuing our Learning Journey: Indigenous Education in B.C. modules. For specific K-12 curriculum that includes Indigenous knowledge and perspectives

The Ministry also encourages Indigenous Education Enhancement Agreements that strive to “enhance the educational achievement of Aboriginal students.” These are working agreements between school districts, First Nations communities within the district, and the Ministry.

In 2018, the governments of Canda and British Columbia, and the First Nations Education Steering Committee signed the BC Tripartite Education Agreement: Supporting First Nation Student Success.

Crown - Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada and Indigenous Services Canada

Elementary | Secondary

Crown Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC)  Learn how the Government of Canada is responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action 62 to 65: Education for Reconciliation

Learn about Indigenous Services Canada (ISC)'s role in elementary and secondary First Nations education, as well as funding programs available to support students and educators:Kindergarten to grade 12 education

Kids’ Stop provides fun and engaging resources for students aged four to sixteen to learn about the lives, culture, and history of Indigenous peoples in Canada. The Kids’ Stop includes lesson plans, games, stories from Indigenous children, activity sheets, and much more.

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