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Jarrett Laughlin

Senior Research Analyst, Assembly of First Nations

About

Jarrett Laughlin comes from a family of educators and has been engaged in education research and policy development for over 15 years. He currently works as a Senior Research Analyst at the Assembly of First Nations.

Jarrett has also worked for the Canadian Council on Learning, Ontario Ministry of Education and most recently as an Education Consultant. His work at the AFN focused on First Nation education policy development, research and statistics. He has co-chaired a number of national working groups on First Nations education funding and has worked with several organizations to develop First Nations education funding models. When Jarrett is not working, you can find him at home in Ottawa enjoying time with his family and four children.

My Session

NTGAE: Concurrent Sessions (C2) – Supporting New First Nations Education Systems

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In 2016, the Government of Canada committed unprecedented new funding to help close the outcome gap between First Nations students and other Canadians. In partnership with the Assembly of First Nations, the Government of Canada is also engaging with First Nations leaders, students, educators, and community members to support the transformation of First Nations education, […]

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NTGAE: Concurrent Sessions (C2) – Supporting New First Nations Education Systems (Repeat of Morning Session)

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In 2016, the Government of Canada committed unprecedented new funding to help close the outcome gap between First Nations students and other Canadians. In partnership with the Assembly of First Nations, the Government of Canada is also engaging with First Nations leaders, students, educators, and community members to support the transformation of First Nations education, […]

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