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College of the Rockies Vice-President Education, Stan Chung, was pleased to sign the Indigenous Education Protocol

  • Jul. 29, 2015 1:00 p.m.

College of the Rockies Vice-President Education, Stan Chung, was pleased to sign the Indigenous Education Protocol for Colleges and Institutes during the Ktunaxa Nation Annual General Assembly on July 14.

Through the Protocol, College of the Rockies commits to create curriculum and provide services and learning environments that respect indigenous values and cultures.

“We are proud of our 40-year relationship of working with Ktunaxa, Shuswap and Métis people,” says Chung.  “As education is an important step toward self-determination and socio-economic development of Indigenous communities we look forward to continuing to strengthen these relationships and to support the learning needs of Indigenous peoples.”

Learn more about Aboriginal education at College of the Rockies, visit cotr.ca/aboriginal.

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