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1. Most NND policies are specific to the those living in the Traditional Territory; should the post secondary policies also be reflective of this initiative?

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2. Should there be a Contribution Agreement made with Post Secondary Applicants that they are required to come back and work for the Nation during or after they have finished schooling as a means of assisting the First Nation with their new expertise?

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3. If a student was not able to complete their course(s) due to (drop-out, failure, or lack of attendance) should they be considered for subsequent funding at a later time?

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4. Should NND allow individuals to change their area of concentration several times and continue to fund them each time?

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5. Should there be a maximum allowance for individuals to access funding through the First Nation?

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6. Does current funding levels meet the needs of students through the living allowances?

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7. Do you feel there is adequate support from the Education Department with regards to schooling and if there is a way to enhance support please explain?

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8. If courses can be taken in the Yukon, do you feel NND should support individuals in leaving to take the same course elsewhere?

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9. Should students living in Mayo get the same living allowance as students outside of Mayo?

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10. Should students sign an agreement to send in attendance records to the Education Department?

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