Many Aboriginal adults return to school after realizing ‘value of education’

‘Among completers, 14% of off-reserve First Nations people, 15% of Inuit, and 9% of Métis had left school at least once, before returning to obtain a high school diploma. The main reason cited for returning was that they “realized the value of an education / wanted a diploma.”‘

So what’s the answer here? I got no clue. But definitely needs to be added to the todo / figure out list.



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