We are proud to be supporting our partners Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute(KTEI) and Treaty 4 Education Alliance at the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE), A Celebration of Resilience. The event, taking place in Toronto July 24 – 28, is the largest and most diverse Indigenous education event in the world and continues to lead the discussion on education that support Indigenous world views.


Join us at Ignite Session 63, July 28th – 10:00-10:45


Hear Lori Whiteman Executive Director, Treaty 4 Education Alliance and Debbie Debassige, Director of School Services, KTEI present on the subject of culturally responsive education and how they are using Confident Learners Literacy Program in their schools to identify and meet the literacy learning needs of their students. We will also be at booth 47 if you’d like to come by and ask any questions.

The event is an outstanding opportunity to learn about:

Health and Wellness
Indigenous Knowledge and Ways of Knowing
Innovations in Indigenous Education
Justice and Equity
Language and Culture
Partnerships in Education

We hope to see you there.