Operational review : education program : Manitoba / prepared by Audit Services Bureau for the Evaluation Branch, Corporate Policy, DINA.: R5-404/1981E-PDF
"The review of the Education Program in Manitoba has revealed weaknesses which suggest that completely fresh initiatives must be forthcoming from the Region in order that program objectives may be realized. There is a lack of emphasis, in the Program's activities, towards ensuring that the quality of the education being given to Indian children meets their needs and the wishes of the Indian people. Also, any concern over value-for-money in the spending of $47 million on Indian Education in the Region has not been translated into a system of control that would ensure effective management of the program."--Executive Summary, p. i.
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|Department/Agency|| Canada. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. |
Indian and Inuit Affairs Program (Canada)
|Title||Operational review : education program : Manitoba / prepared by Audit Services Bureau for the Evaluation Branch, Corporate Policy, DINA.|
|Variant title||Education program : Manitoba|
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|Note(s)|| "February 1981." |
Digitized edition from print [produced by Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada].
|Publishing information||[Winnipeg?] : Indian and Northern Affairs, Indian and Inuit Affairs Program, Program Evaluation Branch, 1981.|
|Description||1 v. (various pagings) : graphs|
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|Subject terms||Indians, Education policy, Assessment|
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