Aboriginal Colloquium

Improving the Educational Outcomes of Aboriginal People Living Off-Reserve: A Discussion of Delivery Models
Collaborating Institutions
  • College of Education and
  • Johnsonn-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy, University of Saskatchewan
Funding Agencies
  • Office of the Federal Interlocutor, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada
  • Ministry of Education
Co-Chairs
  • Dr. Evelyn Peters, Johnsonn-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy
  • Dr. Sheila Carr-Stewart, Department of Educational Administration, College of Education
Administrative Assistant
  • Jane Preston

Colloquium Report (pdf)
Presenter's Bios (pdf)

Presentations

All presentations are PDF files
  • Session A - Helen Raham - Closing the Achievement Gap for Aboriginal Learners Living Off-Reserve: Key Policy Issues
  • Session A - John Richards - Improving the Educational Outcomes of Aboriginal People Living Off-Reserve: Evidence from BC ... and elsewhere
  • Session D - Jaqueline Ottmann - Elements of success in the school organization: Leadership, governance & service delivery for Aboriginal students
  • Session F - Jim Miller - Reconciliation and Public Education: Treaties as a Foundation for Relevant Teaching
  • Session F - Ken Horsman - Publically Regulated Education Systems: Role in Reconciliation: We Are All Treaty People
  • Session F - Tracy Friedel - Research on racial micro-aggressions Indigenous identity and urban Native youth: implications for Education