EPSB Organizational Practices

Essential Questions:
  • How is the shared vision collaboratively developed with and endorsed by stakeholders?
  • How is the shared vision articulated and communicated with stakeholders?
  • What evidence exists that the learning community is "living" the shared vision for all learners?

The following are links to Edmonton Public School Board Policy & Administrative Regulations:

During the registration process, parents and guardians are given an opportunity to self-identify their child as First Nations, Métis, or Inuit. In addition, parents and guardians can verify, change or remove their child’s First Nations, Métis, or Inuit declaration annually on the Student Information Correction Form.

Self-identifying is voluntary, confidential, does not require documentation to verify status, and individual information will not be released.  The process of self-identifying provides information and targeted funding from the Government of Alberta so initiatives, programs, resources, and services can be developed and maintained to support the achievement of First Nations, Métis, and Inuit students.

Self-identified information is also used by the District and Alberta Education to support planning for improvement and accountability, inform policy and funding decisions, and for measurement and reporting purposes.

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