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First Nations Student Success Program

First Nations Student Success Program

The First Nations Student Success Program (FNSSP) supports First Nation educators in three main areas – school success plans, student learning assessments, and performance measurement with a focus on literacy, numeracy and student retention. TNEGI’s most active work has been in supporting FNSSP, and the results of collaboration across schools have begun to show.

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Those interested need to submit a proposal to be considered for funding, and projects are approved for a three-year period – with funds distributed on a year-by-year basis.
Further, recipients must submit an annual work plan and supporting budget for the second and third year to receive continued funding.
Continued funding is also dependent on the recipients meeting their targets for the key priorities of literacy, numeracy and student retention.
TNEGI feels that FNSSP progress illustrates the value of a school support approach that can address specific issues in each location, the need for an aggregate education service body, and the limits that the present educational system puts on further success.
To learn more about the First Nations Student Success Program, we invite you to read through the National Program Guidelines, prepared by the former Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada, now known as Indigenous Services Canada.
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