The Northwest Territories must build the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples into a new Education Act, research support group Hotıì ts’eeda said.
For the first time in decades, a group of Indigenous youth are paddling a historic Dene route through the Sahtu from Délı̨nę to Fort Good Hope.
Staff at the Dechinta Centre for Research and Learning say a new short film documenting a community fish camp this past winter is a “love letter to Denendeh.”
"The children notice it. It upsets them." Staff at the Children First Society in Inuvik say its facility has been the target of ongoing vandalism.
Students in the NWT will be able to apply for grants from the GNWT to help offset the costs of online learning in the 2021-2022 academic year.
The Northwest Territories government and the territory’s teacher’s association have reached a tentative agreement.
The Rainbow Coalition of Yellowknife is developing resources to educate the NWT on 2SLGBTQIPA+ inclusion, and it’s looking for help from northern communities.
A new national Indigenous Languages office appointed directors last week. Georgina Liberty, one of the appointees, told us how she thinks the office will help.
Almost 150 teachers are leaving their NWT jobs this summer – a figure that's still expected to rise. The pandemic and isolation rules dominated an exit survey.
The Dene Nation released a first look at its vision for what it terms a “Dene-centred” education system in the Northwest Territories.
A new scholarship fund is being launched in memory of Sahtu education advocate George Cleary. Applications close on July 1 – here are the details.
New legislation being brought forward by the NWT government will fix a discrepancy in election timings for Yellowknife school boards.