Urban Aboriginal Pilot Project

Urban Aboriginal Education Pilot Project information is available!

You’ll find downloadable files of research, progress reports, evaluation reports and resources from the pilot projects.

What is this project and how do I use these reports?

About the Project

The CODE Urban Aboriginal Education Pilot Project was funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education and started in November 2007 with a pilot project to help develop three urban Aboriginal education models for First Nation, Métis and Inuit student/family/community engagement in urban settings with varying geographical and demographic factors. The goal of the project was to work collaboratively to develop innovative approaches to meet the needs of First Nation, Métis and Inuit students living in urban centres; build partnerships and strategies to support student achievement; find effective ways to reach out to Aboriginal families, communities and service delivery organizations; and develop these models from in-depth inter-jurisdictional research and pilot projects being carried out in Simcoe County District School Board, Lakehead District School Board, and Toronto District School Board.

What You'll Find Inside

Inside these pages you’ll find the full content of these valuable reports as well as resources developed by the pilot projects in the three school boards. You can read them online and you can download them to your computer in easy to print PDF format.

In addition to the reports, you will find links that will help give you examples of how to support effective engagement and innovative learning strategies. The links provide real-life examples from the pilot projects.

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Progress Reports
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