Auditor general says province misses the mark in Indigenous education – CBC

by ahnationtalk on June 13, 201899 Views

Recent audit exposes limited progress on Indigenous student success

Jun 13, 2018

A report out of the Manitoba auditor general’s office shows the province still falls flat when it comes to closing the high school education gap for Indigenous students.

The audit by Norm Ricard, the provincial auditor general, urges Manitoba education to usher in new and improved ways to bolster Indigenous student success.

Ricard found the province had fulfilled only two of 19 recommendations as of the beginning of this school year.
Bridging the gap

“We need to put out more for the kids who are so far behind,” said Marlene R. Atleo, a senior scholar who has been involved in the process of rolling out Indigenous education in the province.

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