As a history of the development of self-government in education, Nunavik
provides Native perspectives on formal education in Nunavik while offering
readers a unique view into contemporary Inuit society. This book documents
the development of education from the arrival of the first traders and
missionaries in the mid-nineteenth century through the creation of the
Kativik School Board and the evaluation of its operations by the Nunavik
Education Task Force in the 1990s. Richly illustrated.