Multi-Year Action Plan: Journey Map Visual
The visual below is a representation of the journey of the Multi-Year Action Plan (MYAP). The MYAP is a three-year workplan established in partnership by the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body and the Ministry of Education. The 2021-2024 MYAP is a continuation of the work that began under the Master Education Agreement in 2018. There are 14 projects outlined in the workplan. Each project supports various elements of education, such as language and culture, resource development, strategic initiatives, the Niigaan Gdizhaami Fund, research and evaluation, etc.
The visual of the Journey Map is currently in draft form and will be finalized in May 2022. Please visit this page again soon for more information!
Project 1Joint Master Education Agreement Committee (JMEAC)
Project 2 Communications
Project 3 System-Wide Standards
The purpose of this project is to develop system-wide, macro-level education standards statements that encompass the values that underpin and support the work of the Anishinabek Education System, the Kinoomaadziwin Education Body, and the Participating First Nations. The statements are being developed with the intention of supporting accountability and consistency across the Anishinabek Education System, for the benefit of overall Anishinabek student success. The system-wide standards will articulate what makes the Anishinabek Education System (AES) distinct as a system overall and ensure transferability between education systems
Project 4 Relationship Building for Anishinabek First Nations and School Boards
Project 5 Niigaan Gdizhaami Fund
Project 6 Strategic Initiatives
Project 7 Curriculum Resources and Program Development
Project 8Culture and Language
Project 9 Early Development Instrument (EDI) Implementation;
The Early Development Instrument program requires collaboration between the Ministry of Education, Participating First Nations with schools, and the Offord Centre. This project component involves the implementation of an Early Development Instrument for schools located on-reserve. After the initial implementation in 2019, a concrete review of the data sets and the roll-up report will determine if the application of the EDI is valuable information that communities and the Anishinabek Education System wish to continue implementing.
UPDATEProject 10 Professional and Leadership Development
Project 11 Student Transitions
- Increase collaboration and relationship-building between Participating First Nations (PFNs) and District School Boards (DSBs)
- Support students to experience seamless transitions through systems and any transitions
- Enable a consistent streamlined approach to student transitions between PFNs’ schools and DSBs’ schools
- Create a platform for feedback from PFNs and DSBs that enables ongoing refinement of the protocol