Growing up and watching her community on the Navajo Nation...
Tucked away among the stalls, concrete pathways and dirt...
Chosen from more than 52,000 applicants, three Alaska high...
The Cherokee Immersion Charter School graduated its third...
Carley Tafoya isn’t planning on earning a six-figure salary...
Jordan Kern, a student of Henryetta High School has...
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Student Spotlight

ICTMN Staff
4/27/13
Wisconsin Media Lab has released the fifth video in a series of nine as a part of an online educational resource called “The Ways.” The project, which also includes interactive map...
Vincent Schilling
4/21/13
Dahkota Franklin Kicking Bear Brown, a 14-year-old Wilton Miwok student, from Jackson, California was chosen as a 2013 Champion for Change by the Center for Native American Youth b...
Vincent Schilling
4/17/13
Among the five students named as a 2013 Champion for Change by the Center for Native American Youth in March is cancer survivor Cierra Fields...
ICTMN Staff
4/16/13
With expanded poetry submissions and a new comic book and cartoon category, the 11 th Annual Oklahoma Native American Youth Language Fair, or ONAYLF as it’s more commonly known, ha...
Alysa Landry
4/16/13
It starts with the beating of a drum. Powwow dancers and singers feel that beat in their arms, legs and chest. They let the drum dictate their movements...
ICTMN Staff
4/5/13
This year’s National American Indian Science and Engineering Fair was a successful one for Sequoyah Schools students...
ICTMN Staff
4/4/13
What an odd headline to read and write in the year 2013—especially when the Supreme Court ruled racial segregation to be unconstitutional in 1954, but it apparently still happens...
ICTMN Staff
4/3/13
All Native American students get into college easily and for free, right? Hardly...
Vincent Schilling
3/31/13
Sarah Schilling, of the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians, is one of five 2013 Champions for Change chosen by the Center for Native American Youth...
ICTMN Staff
3/29/13
Doing a collage of indigenous female leaders proved challenging for student Sally Simpson. That’s because an easily accessible list of such women did not exist, until now...

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