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Stand with Native Students in the face of the COVID-19 crisis

Month: June 2015 Articles

Indigenous knowledge realized: Understanding the role of service-learning at the intersection of being a mentor and a college-going American Indian

The article explores the experiences of 13 undergraduate American Indian college students who served as mentors through a service-learning course while attending a 4-year, predominantly White institution (PWI).

Ké’ Family Engagement : It’s Too Easy to Get Caught Up in the Craze of Today’s World

In the life of a parent, there is so much to keep up with that it can be easy to forget to slow down and enjoy the ride. I have to take a moment and remind myself that the children are only going to be this small once. Some day, my boys are going to be grown and start families of their own.

College Fund Announces Early Childhood Education Partnership at Clinton Global Initiative (CGI)

American Indian College Fund Announces Clinton Global Initiative (CGI America) Commitment to Action Recognizing Partnership with Brazelton Touchpoints Center to Train Early Childhood Educators in Native Communities

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