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Special Education Definition

Special Education refers to the meeting of the individual learning needs of First Nations students who have mild, moderate, severe disabilities or gifted/talented abilities.  First Nations values embrace the belief that all children can learn and reach their full potential in an environment conducuve to meeting their learning needs.  For First Nations with special needs, learning environments must be based on the philosophy of holistic (mind, body, emotion, and spirit) learning and inclusvie of language/ culture and parent/community involvement.  Promotion of education that respects individual First Nations learning styles as identified on Individual Education Programming (IEP) will include educational policy responsive to the needs of First Nations children, effective teaching strategies, appropriate school-based/cultural resources, and specified services and programming in order to maximize individual learning opportunities.  (Treaty 8 Education).




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