Kenjgewin Teg, Queen’s sign partnership to support WISE students

Kenjgewin Teg and Queen’s University have forged a partnership that will provide support to Master of Education in World Indigenous Studies in Education (WISE) students. The partnership will see Queen’s and Kenjgewin Teg staff collaborating in areas such as program development, student support, and recruitment, potential new courses, internships, and curricula. Students in the program will also be offered Elder support and wrap-around supports that begin before students apply. “As an accredited Indigenous Institute in Ontario, Kenjgewin Teg looks forward to enhancing our long-standing partnership with Queen’s University and now contributing to graduate level studies from our Anishinabek lens,” said Kenjgewin Teg Acting President Beverley Roy. “We have been contributing to this perspective for many years through the Indigenous Teacher Education Program (ITEP), and this new partnership makes sense on many levels.” Kenjgewin Teg Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.

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