Open Government Program

All Resources

Search a listing of Government of Alberta open datasets and publications. Can’t find what you are looking for? Suggest a resource.

29 results

Organizations: Education Audience: Indigenous Peoples

Views: 132
Last Modified

October 1, 2018

Description

Alberta Education acknowledges the importance of preserving, maintaining, strengthening and revitalizing Indigenous languages. Research has demonstrated a strong correlation between language acquisition and positive student outcomes. The Indigenous Languages in Education grant program (ILE)...


Views: 250
Last Modified

March 1, 2018

Description

This booklet is an overview of funding provided by the Government of Alberta for Kindergarten to Grade 12 education. Funding is provided for children as young as two years old and students up to and including age 19.


Views: 121
Last Modified

January 3, 2018

Description

The Innovation in First Nations Education (IFNE) Grant Program is designed to increase opportunities for First Nations students to receive coordinated education supports and services that are responsive to their needs by innovatively building collaboration, coordination and capacity throughout...


Views: 26
Last Modified

January 1, 2015

Description

The Wabasca Community Stewardship Project is a collaborative co-creative partnership between Northland School Division and Bigstone Cree Nation Education Authority facilitated by Alberta Education. The goals of this partnership are twofold. Northland School Division and Bigstone Cree Nation...


Views: 11
Last Modified

November 1, 2013

Description

The 2012 Accountability Online Reporting Initiative (APORI) measures of Fort McMurray Catholic Separate School District and Fort McMurray Public School District indicate that First Nations, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) students in Fort McMurray are doing well compared to First Nations, Métis and Inuit...


Views: 36
Last Modified

January 1, 2013

Description

Alberta Education’s Aboriginal Learner Data Collection Initiative (ALDCI) helps to determine the number of First Nation, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) learners in provincial school authorities through voluntary self-identification during the student registration process. Collecting this data is an...


Views: 34
Last Modified

January 1, 2013

Description

Alberta Education’s Aboriginal Learner Data Collection Initiative (ALDCI) helps to determine the number of First Nation, Métis and Inuit (FNMI) learners in provincial school authorities through voluntary self-identification during the student registration process in public, separate, Francophone,...


Views: 54
Last Modified

January 1, 2013

Description

The Government of Alberta provides a funding allocation to school authorities based on the number of self-identified FNMI students registered annually.


Views: 13
Last Modified

January 1, 2012

Description

Kids First, the report of the Northland Community Engagement Team, develops a framework to guide community engagement. In addition it presents a vision for Aboriginal education excellence and makes recommendations in five priority areas arising from the Northland School Division Inquiry Team...


Views: 34
Last Modified

January 1, 2012

Description

The Collaborative Frameworks serves as a guide to strengthen collaborative processes between school authorities, parents, communities and other stakeholders, as they work together to improve the educational outcomes of First Nations, Métis and Inuit students.