Isc Regional Education Agreements

Qualifications: group councils, federal schools, provincial ministries of education, provincial school boards or districts, private educational institutions and organizations designated by band councils. Every First Nation student deserves the best start in life and the Government of Canada is committed to working in partnership with First Nations, on a nation-to-nation basis, to help them create a quality, culturally and linguistically appropriate education system. The formulas are updated annually to reflect student population growth and other changes in teaching costs, such as. B: The ISC supports the specific educational needs of First Nations students through two programs: services that support the provision of services to students, the costs of attending school by their home communities; seasonal or special; Specialized training School counselling, career guidance and guidance services; Incidental call Financial assistance and comprehensive education services. A third component, regional implementation, is being considered on the basis of the memorandum to the cabinet, recently developed in collaboration with First Nations. It aims to fundamentally improve the way the ISC funds primary and secondary education, while supporting regional and local diversity and applying the principle of First Nations control in First Nations. In addition, all non-Aboriginal organizations, including local governments, health and education authorities and institutions, need proven support from indigenous organizations or indigenous groups in order to receive funding. ISC continues to work with regions to tailor formulas to local needs. The new funding and policy approach, which will come into force on April 1, 2019, is an intermediate measure as regional education agreements are being developed and implemented. For more information, please aadnc.education-education.aandc@canada.ca or call 1-800-567-9604. For more information on filing an application, please contact ISC by email at aadnc.education-education.aandc@canada.ca or by phone at 1-800-567-9604 and contact an education officer. The maximum amount for the additional allocation of the special high-cost education program is $115 million.

The maximum amount per student per year will not exceed USD 155,000 and will depend on the availability of financial resources and specific needs based on the costs set out in each individual curriculum (IEP). An exception to this limit may be made depending on the severity of the student`s extraordinaryness, according to the methods prescribed by the province of residence and the provincial eligibility standards to meet the needs of students. «The regional education agreement between KTCEA and the Government of Canada is a historic agreement for our nations. We are celebrating this agreement today because it is an obligation to honour our present and future generations. It will help ensure that our students have equal access to educational opportunities. We must continue to work together to fill all gaps in programs, services and performance. Chief Ivan SawanLoon River First Nation Chairman, KTCEA Board of Directors INAC provides core organizational capabilities for the core operations of national, provincial, territorial and/or regional representatives of Aboriginal organizations and national Aboriginal women`s organizations that represent the interests, issues and concerns of their members.