Abstract

In spite of the significant strides that have been made in Aboriginal education over the last decade, a gap still exists in the number of Aboriginal students who enter and complete post-secondary education. Through a quantitative, community-based research approach the University of Victoria collaborated with the Indigenous Adult & Higher Learning Association (IAHLA) to gauge the barriers impacting transitions and identify factors contributing to successful transitions between IAHLA to Public Post-Secondary Institutions.

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Transitions from Aboriginal-Controlled Post Secondary Institutes to Public Post Secondary Institutions

In spite of the significant strides that have been made in Aboriginal education over the last decade, a gap still exists in the number of Aboriginal students who enter and complete post-secondary education. Through a quantitative, community-based research approach the University of Victoria collaborated with the Indigenous Adult & Higher Learning Association (IAHLA) to gauge the barriers impacting transitions and identify factors contributing to successful transitions between IAHLA to Public Post-Secondary Institutions.