100 Ways to Indigenize and Decolonize Academic Programs and Courses

Linked below is a list of 100 recommendations for how to make academic programs more inclusive of indigenous students and indigenous ways of knowing. It was compiled by Dr. Shaunee Pete at the University of Regina in Saskatchewan, Canada. Read the full list of recommendations here.  Facebook Twitter Google-plus

Indigenizing the Canadian Academy: The Graduate Education Perspective

By Susan Porter and Jo-ann Archibald Q’um Q’um Xiiem Why is Canada committed to Indigenization? The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) was established in 2008 to document the history and lasting impacts of the Canadian Indian Residential School system and to articulate pathways forward for reconciliation. The background to the commission was described […]

Toward a Model of Inclusive Excellence and Change in Postsecondary Institutions – Association of American Colleges and Universities

Research report outlining the challenges in making American universities more inclusive and best practices for the promotion of more inclusive campus environments. Read and download the full report here.  Facebook Twitter Linkedin

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