Aboriginal-Enhanced Access to Native Learning (2000)

This report is the result of the latest Native Women's Resource Centre literacy project. It is the result of a one-year project that included a community needs assessment aimed at improving access to Native learning programs and services. An overview of the 13 year history of Native Literacy Programs in Toronto is presented.

At least 60 community members were consulted, including : past, present and future Native Learners, Native literacy practitioners and representatives from local Native agencies who have hosted Native Literacy programs over the years. The report also attempts to demystify what is meant by utilizing a culture-based approach and framework in developing a Native Literacy Program.

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2001-08-01
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Sally Gaikezheyongai. Aboriginal-Enhanced Access to Native Learning 2000. Web. 21 Jan. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/natlearn/natlearn.pdf>
Sally Gaikezheyongai (2000). Aboriginal-Enhanced Access to Native Learning. Retrieved January 21, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/natlearn/natlearn.pdf
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