Indigenous Issues in Post-Secondary Education: “Fostering Access”

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Indigenous Issues in Post-Secondary Education: “Fostering Access”

INDIGENOUS ISSUES IN POST-SECONDARY EDUCATION

On June 12th to 14th, The School of Policy Studies at Queen’s University in Kingston organized a conference entitled “Indigenous Issues in Post-Secondary Education: Building on Best Practices.”

The first panel of the day on June 13th, “Fostering Access to Post-Secondary Education” was moderated by Don Drummond and featured Corrine Mount Pleasant-Jette (Mount Pleasant Educational Services Ltd.), Darren McKee (Saskatchewan School Board), Jaime Richard (Aboriginal Recruitment Officer, Red River College of Applied Arts, Science and Technology), Jonathan Hamilton-Diabo (University of Toronto), Chris Paci Manager (Education and Training, Metis Nation of Ontario) and Kate Freeman (Faculty of Education, Queen’s University).