Six Nations students making strides in education

Six Nations students are making gradual strides in their education. Claudine VanEvery-Albert, the Six Nations Grand Erie District School Board (GEDSB) Trustee introduced the 2022-2023 school year Education Agreement Report at Six Nations Elected Council (SNEC)’s last General Council meeting of the 58th council on October 24 to show how well Six Nations students are fairing and what the board is doing to help them transition from federal schools and thrive. “Now the agreement is between GEDSB and ISC (Indigenous Services Canada) however because the children who attend under this agreement are Six Nations students we feel that it’s always important to make the presentation to Six Nations council,” she said. Kevin Graham, superintendent of education presented the report and said the report is based on the last school year…

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