Learning, Knowing, Sharing:
Celebrating Successes in K-12 Aboriginal Education in British Columbia

edited by Jo-ann Archibald and Jan Hare is published by  Office of Indigenous Education/Indigenous Education Institute of Canada,
Faculty of Education, UBC and the British Columbia Principals’ & Vice-Principals’ Association

© 2017 BCPVPA


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Onowa McIvor, Trish Rosborough, Catherine McGregor

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Trish Rosborough, Judy Halbert, Linda Kaser

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Scott Benwell, Kaleb Child, Jillian Walkus

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Michael Brown

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Cammy Coughlin

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Cynthia Nicol,  Joanne Yovanovich

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Nicole Hamel

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Nahannee-fé Schuitemaker, Jackie Lever, Katherine Wisener, Sandra Jarvis-Selinger

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Juanita Coltman

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Melanie Nelson

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Sandra Lynxleg

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D. Kitchenham, T. Fraser

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Roberta Edzerza, Debbie Leighton-Stephens, Raegan Sawka, Marlene Clifton, Mark Fettes

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