Schools thrive when everybody is working together and...
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has fired a...
Today’s tech-savvy student journalists are able to work...
Each year, teachers with no background or understanding of...
Most indigenous people would agree, until the mainstream “...
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Indian Country Education Today

ICTMN Staff
1/6/11
Georgia’s new commissioner of agriculture, Gary Black, has promised that once he takes office Jan...
Dr. Dean Chavers
1/5/11
I was in Miss Ruby Dial’s library one day in 1956, standing by the window, when I heard a low noise coming from the west. It grew louder and louder, and finally overwhelming...
ICTMN Staff
1/5/11
United Tribes Technical College honored 16 mid-year graduates during a ceremony Dec. 17 at the college in Bismarck...
ICTMN Staff
1/5/11
A new edition of Mark Twain's legendary Adventures of Huckleberry Finn has removed all mentions of the "N" word and replaced it with "slave" so that the book will avoid being banne...
ICTMN Staff
1/4/11
The U.S.’s highest-ranked environmental law school has released its Environmental Watch List for 2011 , and issues critical to Native Americans feature in nearly every item...
ICTMN Staff
1/4/11
Education reform tops the list of issues mentioned in Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s letter to Assembly of First Nations Chief Shawn Atleo in a recent offer to meet, according to ...
ICTMN Staff
1/3/11
A growing number of states are encouraging schools to weave American Indian history and culture into their curriculum, Associated Press reports ...
ICTMN Staff
1/3/11
A series of wooden blocks bearing Inuktitut symbols, first invented by an Inuit family for their kids, is now being produced by the hundreds, the Nunatsiaq News reports ...
ICTMN Staff
1/3/11
When European colonists “discovered” America, they found that Natives used a sign language to communicate between tribes that spoke different languages...
ICTMN Staff
1/2/11
Eyak became the first of Alaska's endangered languages to be declared "extinct" when its last Native speaker, Chief Marie Smith Jones, died in January 2008, The Bristol Bay Times r...

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