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

Month: July 2018 Articles

American Indian College Fund Hosts Fifth Annual Tribal College Research Convening

The American Indian College Fund is a leader in sponsoring tribal college and university (TCU) research about higher education in American Indian and Alaska Native communities and providing avenues for collecting and disseminating research.

Bringing visibility to the needs and interests of Indigenous students: Implications for research, policy, and practice

This report brings visibility to what is currently known about American Indians, Alaska Natives, and Native Hawaiians in U.S. higher education.

Language and Culture: Gifts that Keep on Giving

My love for the Salish language was fostered at a young age. Driving with my Sile (grandfather), he would point at things and teach me new Salish words, feeding my passion.
After my Sile passed on, my brother took on the role of teaching me the language.

Empowering Children with Special Needs — A Teacher’s Passion

As a mother of five children, my fourth-born son, was measurably behind reaching milestone after milestone. Knowing not all children develop at the same pace, it got harder to watch him struggle as he got older. The inefficacy in his education was apparent. I was disappointed by the anxiety school caused him with no resolution.