|Titre||Learning About Walking in Beauty: Placing Aboriginal Perspectives in Canadian Classrooms|
|Maisons d'édition||Canadian Race Relations Foundation|
|Place of Publication||Toronto|
|Sujet||Aboriginal Peoples, Education, Policies and Programs, Secondary Schools, Teaching Racism.|
This research was funded by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation. The Report Highlights focus on the major issues that are covered in the report entitled Learning About Walking in Beauty: Placing Aboriginal Perspectives in Canadian Classrooms. It also presents a section describing CAAS’ “Future Directions and Proposals to Educators”. The author commences from the premise that Canada’s education system fails to acknowledge and understand indigenous knowledge and worldviews. As a result Walking Beauty takes on the challenge of recognising the current state of indigenous knowledge within the Canadian education system and it proposes initiatives that will allow for a more inclusive environment where schools present a shared vision and understanding of the land.