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The future of First Nations education

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Educators have long been trying to solve the puzzle of how to improve education outcomes for aboriginal children, especially when only 41 per cent of native children graduate from high school across Canada.

B.C. is inching ahead with just over 53 per cent of aboriginal students graduating in 2011.

Some school districts boast graduation rates higher than the provincial average.

As part of our education series, Daybreak's Christina Low looks at First Nations education.

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