Three Nations Education Group Incorporated 512 St. Mary's Street, Unit 3 Fredericton, N.B. E3A 8H5
TNEGI is a First Nations Education Authority established in 2009 by the Esgenoopetitj, Tobique, and Elsipogtog First Nations through the MAWIW Tribal Council alliance. With a focus on addressing the lack of services for First Nations educators and families, TNEGI strives to empower communities and improve educational outcomes.
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TNEGI believes in providing all of its support functions impartially and based upon clear criteria that address need and equity.
TNEGI commits to transparency in all operations in order to ensure accountability and retain the trust of its member communities.
Language, tradition and culture are indispensable components of a quality education; TNEGI places a priority on the inclusion of culture in the classroom.
Given the challenge of chronic under funding in education, TNEGI will pioneer efforts to seek original and progressive ways to move First Nations education forward.
First Nations education operates in complex environments, and TNEGI addresses challenges professionally and with informed dedication.
The story of the Three Nations Education Group Inc. logo design was inspired by the vision of Neqotkuk, Esgenoopetitj and Elsipogtog First Nations coming together to help lift the importance of Education for New Brunswick First Nations Communities.
The three eagles represent the three communities soaring with strength, guidance, protection and support for the generations now and the generations to come.