What We Do

  1. Foster the development of Africentric educational philosophy, approaches, and interventions. A major vehicle for this will be the establishment of an Africentric Learning Institute which will engage in curriculum development, research, teacher education, publishing, and community educational development.
  2. Monitor the implementation of the recommendations of the BLAC Report on Education; by reviewing and evaluating the impact of the programs and services of the ACSD, the Regional Educators Program (REP), and the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Culture on a regular basis.
  3. Review and analyse policies, programs, and services of the Nova Scotia Department of Education and Culture, with respect to their impact on African Nova Scotian learners;
  4. Advocacy; whereby CACE solicits the views of African Nova Scotians and facilitates the presentation of these views to government.