One notable difference between policies of provinces and territories is that territories’ policies discuss Indigeneity in more depth (regarding Indigenous cultures, principles, languages, etc.), and different provinces and territories involve Indigeneity in school rules in different ways. The “attendance” section of the Nunavut Education Act (Government of Nunavut 2008:19), for example, states that “traditional activities on the land” count as exceptions from students’ stated responsibility to “attend school regularly and punctually” (a responsibility common to all provincial/territorial Education Acts’ “Attendance” sections).