Empowering Indigenous students and advancing reconciliation

December 7, 2020
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Universities Canada’s 2019 Indigenous education and reconciliation survey results

A university education can unlock students’ potential and protect graduates from economic disruptions like the COVID-19 pandemic and rapidly changing technologies. However, First Nations, Métis and Inuit students face barriers in accessing the benefits of a university degree. As Canada looks to ensure our post-pandemic recovery is inclusive of all Canadians, it is imperative that we provide the tools and services to help more Indigenous students succeed at university.

Tagged:  Indigenous education

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