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NIEA’s Keynote Speakers to Discuss the Changing Education Landscape
Keynote speakers scheduled to speak at the upcoming National Indian Education Association’s annual trade show and convention will discuss the changing education landscape of Native...
Enter the Young Native Writers Essay Contest
Each year the Young Native Writers Essay Contest encourages Native American students to write about their experiences as a member of the Native community and the culture that inspi...
New England Army Corps Observes Native American Heritage
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Shelly Lowe, executive director of the Harvard University Native American Program, visited the U.S...
BIE in Crisis: Underfunded Agency Can’t Do Its Job
Tanya H. Lee
Timothy Benally, acting superintendent of schools for the Navajo Nation Department of Diné Education, testified before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs in May, “The state of ...
Indian Education Makes Enormous Strides at NIEA Convention
Consultation, accountability and transparency were the call-to-arms at the National Indian Education Convention held earlier this month in Anchorage, Alaska...
UNITY Runs Host Booth at NIEA Convention in Anchorage
The National Indian Education Association Returns to Alaska
In just two months, thousands of Native education advocates will head to Anchorage, Alaska for The National Indian Education Association’s 45 th Annual Convention and Trade Show on...
Native Students Celebrated Scholar Week in Washington, DC
In May, five young scholars from across the nation were named the winners of the Young Native Writers Essay Contest...
Colleges Focusing on Culture to Bring in Native Students
Leaving the reservation for college can be difficult for Native American youth...
President Obama Engages Native Youth at My Brother’s Keeper Town Hall
Raina Thiele, White House Blog
On July 21, President Obama hosted a town hall session where he gave remarks to announce new commitments in support of the My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) initiative and engaged in dialo...
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