It's a very good question, and you're right. It doesn't start at the school; it starts before the school. There's a very big preoccupation with how you do that.
There are different things that we're looking at. In terms of early childhood development, we have programs that we're working on with first nations communities on how to address that.
You may notice that, with the new formula for education, we also provide kindergarten at the age of four now, so that's actually another plus.
All the work that we're doing on child and family services is another important one. How do we make sure that it's not about apprehending kids, that it's not only about protection, but prevention, supporting families to make sure that kids have the opportunity to grow in their communities with their families and actually be proud of their culture?
Here is another aspect. If you look at the new formula for education, there is $1,500 per student for first nations languages, which we hope will also help improve their capacity to grow in their language and culture, close to their families.