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Good news on SK treaty education

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Saskatchewan

There is some good news on Saskatchewan’s work towards treaty education.

According to KAIROS Canada, an organization of churches working together for justice and peace, the province ranks good in all categories on their report card. The good comes from all students in provincially-run schools in Saskatchewan learning about residential schools in their Grade 4, 7, 8 and 10 Social Studies courses.
We also receive points because the mandated Treaty Education curriculum runs from Kindergarten to Grade 12.

This mandate is supported by the Office of the Treaty Commissioner.

This report card by KAIROS is used as a baseline to assess progress in achieving reconciliation through education in schools across Canada.

More information on their reporting system is available on the KAIROS site.

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