A.6 First Nations opting for the new agreement will receive a new allocation based on the new in-time funding model for the 2012 school year. The agreement will result in significant systemic changes in education B.C, including: A.1 In December 2010, the Government of Canada announced a new approach to comparable education in C.C.C., to support the implementation of tripartite training agreements. First Nations will have access to the new approach through an education and self-management agreement or the tripartite education framework agreement. You can also contact the Education Advisor Program, Department of Indigenous Services Canada firstname.lastname@example.org A.18 The Tripartite Education Agreement prior to the National Panel on Education report. Indeed, the report praised FNESC`s role as a second-tier provider of school services and praised the UN education system as a success. The BC Tripartite Education Agreement: Supporting First Nation Student Success (BCTEA) lays the foundation for growth and change to support the growth of our First Nations education system. These changes include new funding promises, new commitments to education from First Nations in Canada and the BC, funding for languages and culture for First Nation schools, continuing our special education program, and significant changes in the nominal role. A.14 No. Like the provincial approach to funding major education-related investment projects, funding for First Nation schools will continue to be assessed on a case-by-case basis under existing capital programs and will not be included in this model.
Q.18 What impact has the national education panel had on the new approach to the tripartite agreement? As of March 30, 2012, AANDC has received Bandcouncil resolutions from 85 of the 86 eligible First Nations operating schools in BC. AANDC will work in the coming months with First Nations who have adopted Band Council resolutions to amend their funding agreements accordingly. A.7 All First Nations in BC who run schools can participate in the new approach, either by opting for the tripartite education framework agreement or by signing an autonomy agreement with the Canadian government. This five-year agreement replaces the BC Tripartite Education Framework Agreement (TEFA), originally signed in 2012, and is the result of a broad process of interaction between FNESC, Canada and B.C.