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Mi'kmaw education authority in Nova Scotia a national leader ‑ Canadian Press
The high school graduation rate for Mi'kmaw students in Nova Scotia has risen from 30 per cent twenty years ago to 90 per cent today, which is the best on-reserve graduation rate in Canada.
Read this Canadian Press story about the success of the Mi'kmaw Kina'matnewey and the 10-year $600 million agreement it has concluded with the federal government.
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