• Ensuring that all social workers, guidance counsellors, and other social service workers are properly educated and trained about the history and impacts of residential schools
  • Ensuring that all Board staff who interface with the child welfare system are trained and educated about the potential for Indigenous communities and families to provide more appropriate solutions for family healing
  • Ensuring that all TDSB workers who interface with the child welfare system consider the impacts of intergenerational trauma on residential school survivors and their decendents
  • Adopting UNDRIP as a guiding principle for all TDSB policy development
  • Educating all TDSB employees on the history of Indigenous peoples, UNDRIP, treaties, Indigenous and treaty rights, Indigenous law, and Indigenous-Crown relations—including skills-bases training in intercultural competency, conflict resolutions, human rights, and anti-racism
  • Advocating for the creation of K-12 curriculum and learning resources about Indigenous history and residential schools in Canada.