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Year: 2019 Articles

Luci Tapahanso, Poet Laureate of Navajo Nation to Read from Her Work Nov. 30 to Benefit American Indian College Fund

Full day of Native American-themed events to take place at Barnes and Noble; bookstore will contribute percentage of sales to support Native college students

The Way to Reawaken Indigenous Language is to Nurture Speakers

Amanda LeClair-Diaz and Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz review research literature that demonstrates Tribal Colleges and Universities’ (TCUs) efforts in Native language revitalization. The review focuses on research of Native language revitalization opportunities in early childhood education and development.

Dollar General GED Program: Monique’s Story

The Sinte Gleska University Adult Basic Education/GED department provides free GED tutoring and testing services to approximately 120 adult learners annually on the Rosebud Reservation and surrounding counties in south central South Dakota.

Interactive Sensory Garden Featuring Flora That Is Indigenous to This Land

Northwest Indian College’s Early Learning Center innovated an Interactive Sensory Garden helping preschool children to engage in experiential STEM education.