An education is rooted in First Nations Languages, Cultures, Nations.  It builds a foundation for everything First Nations education administrators do. Join us on our path to create a Gathering Place to come together and share experiences in the journey of holistic and lifelong learning.

The First Nations Education Administrators Association (FNEAA) is a Gathering Place for education administrators, educators, principals, directors of education, Chiefs, teachers, students and learners at all levels. Members gather to connect and network in ways that will help navigate the delivery of education in our nations, regions and country.

The FNEAA together with First Nations education administrators, will build partnerships needed to provide the highest quality of education in First Nations places of learning where excellence will be achieved.


Join us on this exciting journey!


FNEAA Celebrates National Indigenous History Month - Knowledge Keeper Doris Camsell

Posted on 6/17/2021
Celebrate National Indigenous History Month by honouring First Nations Knowledge Keepers. In this video, Knowledge Keeper Doris Camsell discusses the importance of resurrecting language and cultural teachings in First Nations schools.

FNEAA Celebrates National Indigenous History Month

Posted on 6/10/2021
FNEAA Celebrates National Indigenous History Month by Honouring Knowledge Keepers.

June 2021 Special Messages

Posted on 6/7/2021
Celebrate National Indigenous History Month, World Elder Abuse Awareness Day, and Indigenous Peoples Day with FNEAA.

FNEAA Taken Tribute

Posted on 6/1/2021
FNEAA's tribute to the 215 First Nations children found on the grounds of the Kamloops Indian Residential School

May 2021 Special Messages

Posted on 5/3/2021
FNEAA supports Mental Health Week, celebrates World Day for Cultural Diversity

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