Aboriginal Inquiry: Lifting All Learners

An Impact Assessment of the Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Network (AESN)



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Footnotes [in duplicate]

[1] Taken from J. Halbert & L. Kaser (2013) Spirals of Inquiry: For equity and quality. BC Principals and Vice Principals Association: Vancouver, BC CAN.

[2] PM Benchmarks is a widely used standardized set of reading assessment measures designed to determine students’ independent or instructional reading levels. The levels of reading are used to measure students’ ability to meet or exceed grade level expectations.