The First Nation Student Success Program (FNSSP) is a proposal-driven program designed to support First Nation educators on reserve (Kindergarten to Grade 12) in their ongoing efforts to meet their students' needs and improve student and school results. The Program's overall objective is to improve the achievement of First Nation students on reserve by focusing on the priority areas of literacy, numeracy and student retention.
There are three program components that work together to achieve this overall objective. The results of the student learning assessments and other information will help schools identify needs, targets and activities to improve results in the areas of literacy, numeracy and retention. Student learning assessments will also provide data for performance measurement, which will in turn generate reports on results for students, families, communities and INAC. The FNSSP focuses on three components - school success plans, student learning assessments and performance measurement.
FNSSP Member Schools
Kenjgewin Teg is the aggregate organization that oversees the project management and works in collaboration with the following 11 FNSSP participating schools: