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They’re a family here’: Saskatoon high school program grooming Indigenous leaders – CBC

by ahnationtalk on February 6, 202020 Views

MAGPIE program covers history, art and other topics from Indigenous perspectives

Feb 06, 2020

The creators of a high school course in Saskatoon are hoping to develop a new wave of Indigenous leaders.
But first, they want students to reconnect with their identity.

“The way the system is structured, it only has a little bit of room for Indigenous youth and for our kids,” said one of the teachers, Candace Gadwa.

“Creating a program like this, it’s just for them. They feel welcomed. They feel a part of something. They’re a family here.”

Students from across the city are coming to Nutana Collegiate every afternoon this semester. The new program is called MAGPIE (Manifest Academic Growth and Promote Indigenous Excellence).

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/saskatoon/high-school-program-grooming-indigenous-leaders-1.5453217

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