Choose from more than 600 ‘stories’ to learn about a sampling of inspiring Indigenous education initiatives from coast to coast to coast for: early childhood, K-12, student support services, post-secondary, professional development, as well as community, on-the-land, and language learning opportunities.
Listen to people’s insights when asked:
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Learn about the diversity and strength in Indigenous education initiatives across Canada directly from educators and community members around the country, from coast-to-coast-to-coast. You can search by keyword or by education level, education topic, province/territory, or language spoken. After listening to a ‘story,’ if you want to learn more, connect directly with people and organizations listed in ‘Contact Details.’
Explore ‘stories’ on NCCIE by clicking on a map. You can select different filters to find ‘stories’ by territories, languages, and treaties. You can also zoom in on the map to find ‘stories’ from different parts of the country.
In support of the United Nations Declaration in 2019 as the “Year of Indigenous Languages,” NCCIE has created two playlists with a special focus on Indigenous languages. One playlist features a selection of Indigenous language programs across the country for you to learn about. The second playlist lets you listen to a few ‘stories’ about Indigenous education initiatives in different Indigenous languages. Also, did you know that “Indigenous” is not a word found in any Indigenous language? You can read how First Peoples across Canada describe “Indigenous education” in their language!