Northern Youth Abroad is partnering with the Tłı̨chǫ Government to develop a Model for Post-Secondary Education Engagement for Tłı̨chǫ Citizens. We are gathering information to inform our work and identify what supports currently exist and how we can help develop additional supports to address the needs of Tłı̨chǫ Citizens. Masì for filling out this survey! Feel free to share this survey with anyone else who may want to give their input as well.

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* 1. What is your name?

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* 2. How many children do you have?

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* 3. What community are you from? Where do you live now?

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* 4. What are your experiences with education? (ex: Elementary and/or high school experience, on-the-land or learning from Elders, working with the school, residential school survivor, positive/negative, etc.)

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* 5. Did you go to post-secondary (college, university, or trades)? If so, which one(s)?

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* 6. What are your hopes for your children?

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* 7. What role do you play in your children’s education? With school, traditional skills, Tlicho yati or other?

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* 8. Do you think it’s important for families, schools, and communities to work together?

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* 9. What types of careers are your kids or kids in the community interested in?

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* 10. Do you think the school system in your community prepares them well for post-secondary education?

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* 11. What challenges do people in your community face in regard to education and employment?

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* 12. Do you think that it is possible for your children to live both modernly and traditionally after they are done high school and/or post-secondary? Is this important to you?

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* 13. What supports do your children need to be successful? What can be strengthened at the household, community, regional or other levels for your children to achieve success?

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* 14. What challenges do you think students face at post-secondary?

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* 15. If your child is going to school far from home, in what ways could you support them? (ex: checking in with calls, financially, “words of wisdom”?)

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* 16. Do you have any questions or comments?

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