New book profiles KiHS and distance education in Aboriginal communities

The new book "Distance Education in Remote Aboriginal Communities: Barriers, Learning Styles and Best Practices" by Bill McMullen and Andreas Rohrbach and published by the College of New Caledonia Press in Prince George, BC, is now available on-line. Click here to check out this very informative and useful book.

There is a special dedication to Margaret Fiddler, the visionary who helped create Wahsa and KiHS and founding principal of both these organizations and who is living in Sandy Lake First Nation.