Parents continue protest at First Nation school

The government of Saskatchewan says it will review the curriculum of a school on the Piapot First Nation that parents have shut down.

The school created a new curriculum that involved testing of students. Parents found out that their children were being placed in special education and in lower grade levels.

The government says the curriculum is part of a pilot project. But parents say students need a basic education, not an experiment.

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