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Are We Making Progress? New Evidence on Aboriginal Education Outcomes in Provincial and Reserve Schools

2014

Are We Making Progress? New Evidence on Aboriginal Education Outcomes in Provincial and Reserve Schools

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This report was published by the C.D. Howe Institute.

HERE’S HOW THE AUTHORS DESCRIBE THIS REPORT:

This Commentary summarizes new evidence on Aboriginal education from the National Household Survey (NHS) that accompanied the 2011 census. There is some good news: young adults aged 20-24 at the time of the census who identified as North American Indian/First Nation and were living off-reserve, and those who identified as Métis, had considerably lower rates of incomplete secondary studies in 2011 than at the time of the previous census in 2006.

Richards, J. (2014). Are we making progress? New evidence on Aboriginal education outcomes in provincial and reserve schools. The C.D. Howe Institute. Retrieved from https://www.cdhowe.org/pdf/Commentary_408.pdf

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