Tag: Native American students
Chickasaw teacher Merry Monroe has spent the last 47 years helping both Native American students and non-Native students succeed.
Tanya H. Lee
Megan Red Shirt-Shaw is a FIERCE defender of not only indigenous education, but of Native American students, making sure they have an opportunity for higher education.
Native American students face more disciplinary challenges, discrimination and sub par curricula than their non-Native peers; leads to higher dropout rates.
Opened in 1872, the Seneca Indian Boarding School taught academic and vocational skills to Native American students until it closed in 1980.
Montana State University's Caring for Our Own Program trains Native American and Alaska Natives entering the nursing field.
Native American students and school board members seeing a lot of changes in Washington State education with mandatory “Since Time Immemorial” curriculum.
Dr. Dean Chavers
When handed a large donation during the Occupation of Alcatraz Island, organizers decided the best thing to do would be to help Native American students succeed.
Montana Wilson, a senior at Montana State University, is the first Native American student to win the prestigious Gates Cambridge Scholarship.
As part of the Cherokee Nation’s Lunch & Learn lecture series, Lawrence Panther discusses daily life at the Seneca Indian Boarding School in the 1960s.
For tribal communities to perpetuate leaders, Native American education must improve and include instruction in tribal history and culture.
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