Month: November 1969 Articles

Indian education: A national tragedy – A national challenge (Kennedy Report; 1969).

“An effort to ‘examine, investigate, and make a complete study of any and all matters pertaining to the education of Indian children’ was initiated by the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare late in the first session of the 90th Congress Senate Resolution 165, agree to on August 31, 1967.

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