Organization Says Indigenous Courses Should Be a Graduation Requirement in BC Schools

Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Jean Paetkau
CBC News

In schools throughout BC, Indigenous culture and perspective are being woven into mainstream subjects. In addition, courses with a primary focus on an Indigenous curriculum are also part of the curriculum. Jo Chrona, the curriculum co-ordinator for the First Nations Education Steering Committee (FNESC), says the FNESC has recommended that one of these Indigenous-themed courses be a requirement for graduation.

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