11/28/08 - Tonawanda Seneca ties enrich Akron schools
The tribal heritage, culture and language of the Tonawanda Seneca Nation is an integral part of the Akron Central School District curriculum.
With 175 American Indian students, accounting for 8.5 percent of its enrollment, the district includes Indian studies in the course work of all children, from elementary through high school, according to Sue Kovic, director of curriculum and instruction.
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