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Here’s What…. 1931 Yukon Residential Schools Established. 1995 – Four Self-Gov’t Agreements signed. 1960s – Last Residential School closes. 1951 Ind. Act transfers education of YFN to Territorial Gov’t. 1973 – Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • Heres What1931 Yukon Residential Schools Established1951 Ind. Act transfers education of YFN to Territorial Govt1960s Last Residential School closes1973 Together Today for Our Children Tomorrow1990 Education Act Amended in response toTogether Today for Our Children Tomorrow1995 Four Self-Govt Agreements signed2005 Learning Centre opens to re-engageYouth who have left school

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    As of Nov 19, 2012I E PEnrolmentElementarySecondaryTotalElementarySecondaryTotalFirst Nations 2121964089546591613Non First Nations 162194356209113513442Yukon374390764304520105055

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