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First Nations CEGEP: 'I just feel like I belong here'
by Christopher Curtis
The Gazette Translate This Article
11 July 2012
On 11 July 2012 The Gazette reported:
It began as an experiment. Twenty-six students from aboriginal reserves across Quebec left their homes last August and descended on the small Abenaki territory of Odanak to attend Kiuna, the province's only First Nations CEGEP (general and vocational college). Kiuna students learned from a curriculum and textbooks written by First Nations educators. They were also surrounded by people familiar with the realities aboriginal youth face each day. The CEGEP's first full year of classes came to a close in May. The experiment appears to have been an unqualified success. Ninety-seven per cent of the students will be returning, along with more than 60 new students.
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