For the second day in a row, the opposition is demanding the resignation of Education minister Bronwyn Eyre.
Eyre issued an apology in the legislature Wednesday for comments last week there might be too much “infusion” of First Nations history in school curriculum.
Opposition leader Nicole Sarauer says the apology was not good enough.
She repeated a request for the minister to step down.
Education minister Bronwyn Eyre repeated her apology, saying “sorry means sorry, I apologized yesterday and it was meant genuinely, heartfelt and unequivocially.”
Eyre also promised to continue treaty information in the school system.