Research Centre Reports
Research Centre Report #14-01: “Just a Pepper in a Bunch of Salt” (2014) This research explores highschool aged Aboriginal students’ stories of place, curriculum, and teachers and administrators.
Research Centre Report #13-01: Attitudes and Perceptions of Saskatchewan Educators and Non-Educators Towards the Importance of First Nations and Métis Achievement (2013) The purpose of this report is to strengthen the engagement and success of First Nations and Métis students in the province of Saskatchewan by providing an analysis of best practices and recommendations for boards of education.
Research Centre Report #11-03: National Aboriginal Trustees Gathering: A Summary of Successful Strategies for Strengthening First Nations and Métis Student Achievement (2011) This resource provides a summary of the gathering, analyzes provincial perspectives and inclues an annotated bibliography highlighting successful practices.
Research Centre Report #11-02: Strengthening Our Voice: A Guide for Engaging First Nations and Métis Peoples in Public Schools (2011) This resource serves as a guidebook for our K-12 school system to strengthen engagement of First Nations and Métis peoples in support of their children’s education, their school and their board of education.
Research Centre Report #10-02: Hearts Around the Fire: First Nations Women Talk About Protecting and Preserving First Nations Cultures in Saskatchewan Public Education (2010) This paper is a summary of research exploring ways of infusing the traditional knowledge of First Nations within public education systems.
Research Centre Report #10-01: An Aboriginal Recruitment and Retention Guide for Boards of Education (2010) This report contains information related to and strategies regarding recruitment and retention of Aboriginal employees for boards of education.
Research Centre Report #09-08: Establishing an Internal Aboriginal Employee Network for Saskatchewan Boards of Education (2009) Creating an Aboriginal employee network comprised of First Nations, Métis and Inuit employees can establish a favourable and supportive environment in a system where Aboriginal employees represent the minority.
Research Centre Report #09-07: Assessing the Benefits of Status Indians Working On or Off the Reserve for Saskatchewan Boards of Education (2009) This is a general discussion papaer to create awareness amongst the members of the Saskatchewan School Boards Association about the income tax exemption of status Indians.
Research Centre Report #09-06: A Guide to Aboriginal Self-Declaration for Saskatchewan Boards of Education (2009) This report provides the Saskatchewan School Boards Association with information on how other organizations deal with Aboriginal self-declaration. It also contains an Aboriginal self-declaration form for SSBA to use
Research Centre Report #09-04: A Summary of Saskatchewan Board of Education Initiatives for Aboriginal Employment and Student Success (2009) An investigative report on the practicees and initiatives across Saskatchewan with respect to First Nations and Métis education opportunities within Saskatchewan school divisions.
Module 11: An Advisory for School Boards: First Nations and Métis Education (2006) This module covers enhancing awareness of First Nations and Métis cultures, policy leadership for First Nations and Métis education as well as challenges and success stories for educational equity and educational governance.
Research Centre Report #05-05: Beyond the Vision: A Study of the Integration of Aboriginal Content in Community Classrooms (2005) The nature, approach and barriers to the integration of Aboriginal content in classroom teaching is examined here.
Research Centre Report #00-10: That’s A Good Idea! Effective Practices in First Nations and Métis Education (2000) How Can Educators Effectively Involve Students in First Nations and Métis Content?
Research Centre Report #93-10: Indian and Métis Education 1993 Forum: Engaging Parents As Partners (1993) How Can Public Education Increase the Participation and Representation of Indian and Métis Peoples?
Research Centre Report #92-15: Indian and Métis Education: Present Realities and Future Dreams (1992) How Can Education For Indian And Métis Children Be Improved?