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Building Student Success with Aboriginal Parents

​The goal of BSSAP is to increase the involvement of Aboriginal parents in education. The funding has assisted schools in developing partnerships and programs with parents and the community which will contribute to the educational success of Aboriginal students.

Schools have taken the lead in forming and maintaining effective family-school partnerships that positively influence all students’ learning. The strong relationships have changed the future – not just for students and their families, but also for schools – in the form of these educational partners jointly implementing approaches intended to enhance student motivation, engagement with school, academic progress, school attendance levels, sense of wellbeing, and lower dropout rates. Families and schools are working together as real partners. The scope of these partnerships is wide and includes support by school leaders for family involvement in school activities, a strong commitment by all partners to student learning success, a welcoming school atmosphere and two-way communication. The partnerships that this fund supports will become models of the way we would like school communities to function.

Building Student Success with Aboriginal Parents (BSSAP) directly supports the education priority in Manitoba’s Aboriginal Education and Employment Action Plan through Goal 1: “Student Engagement and High School Completion”.

For more information please call the school or visit the BSSAP webpage at http://www.edu.gov.mb.ca/bssap/index.html

 
 
 
   
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