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Welcome to the Urban Indigenous Education Centre at the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). The Urban Indigenous Education Centre (UIEC) has been engaged in focused Indigenous Education work in the Toronto District School Board since 2008.
Guided by the UIEC Elders Council, the UIEC is dedicated to enhancing First Nations, Métis and Inuit students’ well-being and achievement and creating opportunities for Indigenous Education for all staff and students in the TDSB by focusing on the following Seven Canopies
Staff at the Urban Indigenous Education Centre collaborate with school and system staff to collectively offer a wide range of services that include:
One-on-one wrap-around and group itinerant support
Family advocacy and connection to community resources
Referrals and student networking within the Indigenous community
Professional learning and supports for school staff
School leadership coaching for school improvement in Indigenous Education
Networking opportunities and self-care advocacy for First Nations, Métis and Inuit staff