What We Do
- 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.
- 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.
- 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;
- Advocacy; whereby CACE solicits the views of African Nova Scotians and facilitates the presentation of these views to government.