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Where Are the American Indians With PhD’s?
Why are so few American Indians earning Ph.D.’s? That is the question explored by Vimal Patel in a recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education ...
Jemez Pueblo Charter Schools Soaring to New Heights
Walatowa High Charter School at Jemez Pueblo in New Mexico is described by its Principal/Superintendent Arrow Wilkinson as “the world’s smallest school district.” Because of the ex...
Evergreen State College Drops BA Degree Plan For Reservation
Ron Feemster, WYOFILE
An innovative program that has successfully helped Native Americans earn bachelor’s degrees on a number of reservations in Washington State backed away from a plan to begin classes...
Commitment to Education Connects Chickasaw Nation Hall of Fame Inductees
From the Chickasaw Nation Ambassador who helped hundreds of Native Americans gain acceptance into law school to a former attorney turned tutor, education was a common thread connec...
Native Students Need Native Approaches to Curriculum
Jerad Koepp and Jason Medina
Rigorous multicultural curriculum is a must for any effective classroom...
Break the Cycle: Approach Education as a Community
Jerad Koepp & Jason Medina
Education is Indian country’s civil rights issue of the generation. With the right tools parents can become empowered advocates for their children...
Natives and Hispanics Needed in Library Sciences: $500K Grant to Help
U.S. Rep. Ron Barber
NTU Instructional Sites to Benefit From Arizona Funding Compact
Navajo Technical University
On Wednesday, March 26, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer and Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly signed an amendment to the Arizona Funding Compact that would provide $875,000 annually f...
Ha:san High: Preparing Native Students for College and Life
Students at Southern Arizona’s Ha:san Preparatory and Leadership School have one foot in the contemporary world and the other in the traditional—with both moving forward...
King’s Daughter Calls for Honor Song and Brotherhood in Chamberlain
Calling for a symphony of brotherhood rather than the jangled discord of our nation, Bernice King, the youngest daughter of Martin Luther King Jr., has asked the Chamberlain School...
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