The Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institute engages and empowers members of the African Canadian/Nova Scotian communities with opportunities to create the necessary changes needed to improve educational experiences, opportunities, and outcomes.

The Institute’s goals include:

  • Supporting and promoting both emerging and established research on topics, models, and practices which advance the academic achievement of African Canadian learners

  • Conducting research on topics and issues related to the lifelong learning achievements of the learners of African descent

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DBDLI Research: Vision, Community Participation and Collaboration

Research Collaboration

We seek research collaboration with research institutions, communities, regional centres of education and schools. Our research collaborations include: