Dibaajmowin is a newsletter produced and distributed by the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body, for the Anishinabek Education System. For more information or to submit material for inclusion in the next issue of the newsletter, please contact email@example.com.
Public documents published by the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body can be found below. These may include annual reports, conference summaries, special reports, etc. For additional information on a particular document, please contact the KEB head office.
2019 Niigaan Gdizhaami "We Are Moving Forward Together" Forum Report
2018 Niigaan Gdizhaami "We Are Moving Forward Together" Forum Report
The third annual Niigaan Gdizhaami Forum was held on February 26 & 27, 2018, in Toronto, Ontario. The forum's annual report and documentation are available in the links below.
- Ngo Dwe Waangizid Anishinaabe
- 2018 Agenda
- Bios for Co-Chairs and Speakers
- Report from February Forum 2017
- KEB Board and Officers Information Sheet
- KEB Staff Information Sheet
- AES Map and Organizational Chart
- REC Summary Sheet
- AES Educational Landscape
- Summary of 2017 REC and School Board Meetings
- Summary of the Education Implementation Plan
- Summary of the MYAP
- Draft ESA Guidelines
- Questions Sheet for ESA Guidelines Breakout Sessions
- Summary Sheet on Research and Evaluation
- Template for Feedback on Research and Evaluation
- Explanation of the Puzzle Exercise
a) Workshop #1 - Roslyn Bowness & David Newhouse
b) Workshop #2 - Elizabeth Bigwin & Alison Bradshaw
c) Workshop #3 ACHWM & Suzanne Gordon
d) Workshop #4 - Colleen Sheriff & Sandy Yep
e) PPT Keynote Speaker Alan Corbiere
f) PPT Keynote Speaker Jan Haugen
- Plain Language Master Education Agreement
- Conference Evaluation Form
2018 Annual General Membership Report
Data and Information Sharing Agreement
2018 REC Fall Meeting Reports
Master Education Agreement Joint Communiques
The Kinoomadziwin Education Body (KEB) and the Ministry of Education publish a joint communication on a quarterly basis.
The Communique provides an overview of the Anishinabek Education System (AES) and the work being undertaken to implement the Master Education Agreement (MEA). It also provides updates related to the relationship between the KEB, the Ministry of Education, the 23 Participating First Nations of the AES, and the 19 associated District School Boards.
The Communique is intended to support Participating First Nations and District School Boards in collaborative work taking place through the Anishinabek Education System.