George Brown launches Indigenous Education Strategy

George Brown College’s newly released Indigenous Education Strategy outlines the steps the institution will take to support Indigenous education. The strategy is grounded in reconciliation, and outlines a holistic approach that centres Indigenous knowledge and Indigenous ways of knowing. It is guided by the Anishinaabe concept of Mino-Bimaadiziwin, which is a value system of achieving a “good quality of life.” “Our new Indigenous Education Strategy is a living, fluid document,” said George Brown Director of Indigenous Initiatives Audrey Rochette. “It will continue to change, expand and pivot to meet the evolving needs of our community. The strategy embraces a holistic approach — centred around Mino-Bimaadiziwin and wellbeing of our community at George Brown.”

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