It is well-known that an important ingredient for student success is self-confidence and cultural esteem. Achievement statistics show the continued need for change in the education system and for improvement in the cultural esteem of African Nova Scotian learners. The Africentric Immersion™ model (AIM) being developed by the Africentric Learning Institute (ALI) offers both a philosophy and a strategy for propelling the achievement of African Nova Scotian learners. This panel of parents, teachers, and students will share some of the initiatives piloted to date by ALI as well as future plans for expanding and sharing the Africentric Immersion™ model.
Unlocking the Genius of African Nova Scotian Learners
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Tuesday, 9 February, 2021 - 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM
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Organized By: Africentric Learning Institute