By Michael Oleksyn Local Journalism Initiative Reporter The Prince Albert Catholic School Division board of education gave their approval on Monday to a new Indigenous Education Responsibility Framework created by the Saskatchewan School Boards Association (SSBA). The framework is designed to help Indigenous students improve their educational attainment, and to help measure how schools teach and assist them. The SSBA created it as a pilot project in 2021-22, but now wants to expand its use across the province. PA Catholic School Division education director Lorel Trumier said they’re excited about the new framework because it will help provide responsibility, and understanding in the division. “I think it’s really good work that’s coming out of our Saskatchewan School Board Association and I credit our trustees in this province for recognizing the
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