Indigenous Resource Overview Timeline

In 2015, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission released its final report documenting the atrocities of the residential school system. The report also contains recommendations to help restore the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Education plays a key role in this. Pearson is committed to doing our part. We embrace our responsibility to represent the stories of all peoples of Canada in the content and services we provide. As a trusted partner in Indigenous education, Pearson will continue to look for ways to move forward in our road to reconciliation.


Indigenous Studies Texts

Pearson and GoodMinds team up to publish resources for the Grade 10 and Grade 11 Indigenous Studies courses in Ontario. The books are also popular as teacher professional books, providing a comprehensive exploration of Indigenous Peoples in Canada.


Custom Publications for Saskatchewan

Pearson along with Ministry of Education and Indigenous Elders and Knowledge Keepers in Saskatchewan, publish custom social studies (grades 1-9) and science resources (grades 4-9) that embed Indigenous perspectives throughout.


Bridging Cultures

Pearson releases Bridging Cultures, a professional book that helps science educators recognize the importance and place of traditional Indigenous knowledge in our science curricula.


Turtle Island Voices

Pearson publishes Turtle Island Voices to help teachers integrate Indigenous perspectives into their literacy program. With 68 exciting stories and information texts, this series helps foster a sense of identity among Indigenous students and enriches all students with First Nation, Métis, and Inuit perspectives.



Pearson partners with the Gabriel Dumont Institute to support literacy learning and introduce beginning readers to Métis language, culture, values, and traditions. The Taanishi series offers 27 books under 9 themes relating to Métis culture.


Teacher Education Series

Pearson adds Student Success for First Nations, Metis, and Inuit Students to its Teacher Education Series. This practical guide provides strategies and activities to boost Indigenous student success.


Well Aware

Pearson launches Well Aware: a series of engaging student books that encourage thoughtful conversation about mental health. There are 20 titles in the series, 5 of them authored by Indigenous authors.


Annick Collections

Pearson and Annick Press team up to bring collections of quality picture books and information texts to Canadian classrooms. Included are 3 collections featuring Annick’s Indigenous titles.


Inquiring Minds

Pearson supports the implementation of BC’s new Social Studies curriculum with resources that integrate of Indigenous stories and histories in meaningful and authentic ways.

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With the launch of our new math series for K-9, Pearson provides teachers with ways to integrate Indigenous knowledge and ways of knowing into mathematics.