By Tanya H. LeePearl Kiyawn Brower, president of Iḷisaġvik College, contends with running a tribal college on the North Slope of Alaska—which can mean polar bears and dealing with older facilities.
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By Tanya H. LeeAmerican Indian students have historically scored low on the National Assessment of Educational Progress, but the not so terrible news is their scores have held steady since 2015.
By Tanya H. LeeA group of American Indian college professors weigh in on the controversy over the revision of the AP U.S. History exam and accompanying curriculum.
By Tanya H. LeeSandra Boham is president of Salish Kootenai College. She is one Native American woman among many who serve as a president of a tribal college or university.
By Tanya H. LeeDecades ago the U.S. government sprayed the herbicide silvex, which contains dioxin, onto the San Carlos Apache Reservation; now health is being affected.
By Tanya H. LeeThe Government Accountability Office blasted leadership at the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Indian Health Services in a February 15 hearing.
By Tanya H. LeeWhile completing a NASA internship, Native American student Matilda Brooks made a prototype of a knee brace using a 3-D printer. She now wants to perfect the design and make it available to all.
By Tanya H. LeeLike a good magician President Donald Trump has diverted the attention of the country to his travel ban while real laws are facing termination.
By Tanya H. LeeDid racial discrimination, jealousy or something else keep Seneca from becoming director of the NIH’s Tribal Health Research Office?