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University College of the North, formally established on July 1, 2004, is Manitoba's newest post-secondary education institution offering Trades, Adult Education, Certificate, Diploma and Degree programs. The University College of the North is an institution devoted to community and northern development and reflects the Aboriginal reality and cultural diversity of northern Manitoba.The University College of the North will: Provide an integrated college and university approach to offer northern Manitoba greater access to the breadth of post-secondary education Provide post-secondary education and training fundamental to the social and economic development of northern Manitoba in a culturally sensitive and collaborative manner Provide the learner with community centered education and training characterized by a culture of openness, inclusiveness and tolerance and respectful of Aboriginal and northern values
The Pas, MB
Opaskwayak Cree Nation (OCN) , is a highly progressive Cree First Nation, that serves as a model for excellence in autonomous education, comprehensive community health care, housing, social development, multifaceted recreational opportunities, proactive child and family support services, and extensive economic development.
OCNs on-reserve population is 3,968 and has a complete membership of 5,364 (with many off-reserve members residing in the neighboring Town of The Pas, and working and/or attending classes on OCN.) The total number of students attending our schools and off-campus programs is 1,075. This number continues to grow.
The Ministry of Education is responsible for the administration of five sites with provincial schools (four for Deaf students and one for Blind and Deafblind students) and four demonstration schools (for students with severe learning disabilities). The Provincial Schools Branch oversees the policies and operation of these nine schools. In addition, the schools provide residential facilities for deaf, blind, deafblind, and severely learning-disabled students; provide alternative programs as part of a continuum of services offered by local school boards; establish partnerships with school boards, community organizations and other government ministries to improve educational and residential programs; and disseminate information to parents, staff, the medical community, the general public and other interested organizations on issues related to the education of students.
Hong Kong, HK
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