(Indigenous Education Continued) CSBA Strategic Plan Review The Board of Directors recently conducted a national survey of members, in both French and English, to help inform direction to revise the 2016-19 strategic plan. The survey, which closed at the end of May, resulted in 148 submissions. Respondents expressed very strong support for continued National Collaboration in Public Education. The results confirm very strong agreement with current priorities: National strategy to protect or advocate for local democratic representation National strategy to improve Indigenous Education National strategy to support professional development for school boards National strategy for comprehensive school health. The President will share the survey results at Congress 2019 and seek direct input from delegates on activities within each priority area. Strategic planning requires multiple voices to ensure our membership is well served. We thank everyone who participated in the survey and we look forward to sharing the revised plan in the fall of 2019. Seeking clarity from the federal government following from the landmark decision of the Supreme Court of Canada under the Daniels vs. Canada case, which defined the Métis Peoples of Canada as analogous to First Nations Peoples for education purposes; Providing updates to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation under its Beyond 94 initiative, which seeks to showcase advancement related to implementation of the calls to action issued by the Truth and Reconciliation of Canada; Developing treaty and territorial acknowledgement resources that school boards can use to learn more about standing practices across Canadian provinces and territories; Collecting and collating pan-Canadian information related to Aboriginal and Indigenous practices at the level of governance, classroom and community engagement across Canada’s public school boards; Strengthening the relationship between the Assembly of First Nations (AFN) and CSBA by seeking mutual opportunities to inform each organization’s work, including standing AFN representation at the CSBA Executive meetings and, in May, 2019, the first of what we intend to be future occasions for CSBA to meet with key decision-makers and leadership at AFN headquarters in Ottawa. In addition to the above initiatives, CSBA has also been sharing many valuable resources identified by provincial and territorial partners through the Truth and Reconciliation National Education Roundtables (Calgary, 2017; Inuvik, 2018; Fredericton, 2019). These, and many other resources, have been put up by way of the dedicated webpage for Indigenous education on the CSBA website. Also featured are resources specific to FNMI education (including treaty maps and the FNMI teacher tool kit, curriculum and resources produced in association with the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada).   CSBA thanks the members of the Indigenous Education Committee for their continued hard work and dedication on this vitally important priority.