Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan

Type Higher Education
Website aerc.usask.ca
Year founded 2005
Headquarters Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Canada Canada
Functions Advocacy, Education and training, Research
Summary Established in 2005 in the University of Saskatchewan's College of Education, the Aboriginal Education Research Centre (AERC) seeks to create, support, and disseminate innovative Indigenous education research. Through partnerships with scholars, faculty, students, community-based organizations, schools, federal and provincial governments, AERC is working to build stronger relationships among those involved with Indigenous education.


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Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan · 12 May 2021 English

Knowing this, Indigenous land-based educators and knowledge keepers and the schools, organizations and communities they are associated with were faced with the question, How can we safely continue to provide …


Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan · 9 December 2014 English

Similarly the contributions of organizations such as the Métis Nation of Saskatchewan, the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, the Saskatchewan Teacher’s Federation, the Saskatchewan School Boards Association, the League of …


Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan · 14 May 2012 English

Microsoft Word - AERC Report-Feb 27-2012 .docx AERC Report 2012 College of Education Marie Battiste, Yvonne Vizina & Megan Steeves Febrary 27, 2012 Part I: Background ................................................................................................................. [...] 57 3 …


Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan · 9 January 2009 English

A maximum of 10 Witness Participants will be invited to listen to the teachings of the Elders and provide written feedback to the researcher on the learning process experienced. [...] …


Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan · 6 March 2008

This commitment by the provincial government followed a 2004 commitment by the federal government to take action to address shortages of First Nations, Inuit and Métis health care providers and …


Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan · 6 March 2008 English

In 2006, as part of this commitment, the Province announced that, working in partnership with Aboriginal Peoples, it would look into the creation of a virtual Aboriginal health training and …


Aboriginal Education Research Centre, University of Saskatchewan English

The significant overrepresentation of Indigenous youth and Indigenous peoples as a whole in the population at risk of or experiencing homelessness in Canada is a result of historic and present-day …


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