Tripartite Education Framework Agreement

Today`s announcement reflects the parties` commitment to work together to close the education outcome gap between First Nations and non-First Nation students. It recognizes that First Nations people have the right to make educational decisions that affect their students and to control their own educational institutions that reflect their unique needs, experiences, beliefs and values. The new approach recognizes that training of comparable quality includes the standards, programs, services, academic support and investments needed to meet the unique needs of First Nation students. It also recognizes the need for First Nation students to be able to switch between First Nation schools and provincial public schools without academic penalties. In December 2010 aadnc.bceducation.aandc@canada.ca, the Government of Canada announced a new approach to education comparable to BC to support the implementation of tripartite education agreements. First Nations will have access to the new approach through an Education Autonomy Agreement or a Tripartite Education Framework Agreement. A.3 The new approach was sought for bc First Nations on the basis of the long-standing and comprehensive educational partnerships in the province of 1999. It recognizes that First Nations and FNESC have worked together to establish an education system to support First Nation students. The FNESC has also demonstrated its ability to manage educational programs and services on behalf of First Nations and First Nation schools. A.8 First Nations are opting for the new approach under the Tripartite Education Agreement by passing a Band Council Resolution and subsequently signing an amended funding agreement. If you would like to speak with a representative of TEFA`s Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada and your municipality`s education funding, you can request an appointment as part of the regional session registration process.

The BC Tripartite Education Agreement: Supporting First Nation Student Success (BCTEA) lays the foundation for new growth and change to support the growth of our BC First Nations education system. These changes include new funding pledges, new educational obligations for First Nations in Canada and the BC, linguistic and cultural funding for First Nation schools, the continuation of our special education program, and significant changes to nominal rollover. WEST VANCOUVER, BC, Jan. DEB, Den. 23, 2019 /CNW/ – Improving educational outcomes for First Nations students is critical to First Nations self-determination and well-being efforts in British Columbia (B.C.). F.1 What is the new approach to First Nation formation in British Columbia (BC)? A.5 Yes. . .

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