Tag: aboriginal studies

Idle No More Lives On: Rifles vs. Songs

Last October in Rexton, a small eastern Canadian town on the Elsipogtog First Nation Reserve, over 100 Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) wielding riot gear, side arms, tasers, tear gas, attack dogs, pepper spray, rubber bullets, nightsticks, and a variety of other weapons marched against a peaceful encampment Mi’kmaq...
Aussie teacher hopes to put aboriginal experience to use

Aussie teacher hopes to put aboriginal experience to use

BILLINGS, Mont. – For Glenda McCarthy, working with urban area indigenous students has been a story of success. In her teaching career that started in 1989, she was instrumental in helping her school raise their retention rates from 50 percent to 80 percent; graduation rates among indigenous students rose a..

Southeast scholars call for more data on regional cultures

LANCASTER, S.C. – College professors are willing to teach American Indian history, culture and language, but there are no collections of writings from which to develop courses for colleges, a group of Southeastern educators concluded in a panel discussion. The two-hour discussion was part of Native American Studies Week the...

First Nations House helps Native students succeed

TORONTO ? Native students at the University of Toronto have a place to go for advice on academics, tutoring, scholarships, to use computers, or just to hang out. It's called First Nations House. There are 400 to 500 Native students at the three university campuses, academic advisor Jonathan Hamilton-Diabo About...

Toronto Aboriginal Studies Program enjoys watershed year

TORONTO ? The Aboriginal Studies Program of the University of Toronto this year has taken a big step forward, hiring three professors to teach a growing number of students signing up to learn about Canada's First Nations."This year is just a real watershed year for us," said program Keren...

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