President Crazy Bull’s Native Education Expertise Featured on Aspen Institute Blog

Jul 22, 2015 | Blog

President Crazy Bull’s Native Education Expertise Featured on Aspen Institute Blog

July 22, 2015

Check out the blog entry by American Indian College Fund President Cheryl Crazy Bull in the July/August 2015 issue of The Aspen Journal of Ideas blog. With more than 30 years of experience in Native higher education, she shares how tribal colleges and universities are integral to the success of Native American youth by weaving culture into everything they do.

The Aspen Journal of Ideas is a curated digital collection of essays, conversations, and opinions from experts and thought leaders of the Aspen Institute community. The publication was conceived to build an accessible means to share cutting-edge ideas about improving our society with a wider audience. The Journal features original work by Institute experts and thinkers in the field, analysis by contributing writers, and coverage of big ideas emerging from the Aspen Institute’s roundtables and events.

http://aspen.us/journal/editions/julyaugust-2015/helping-native-youth-succeed-culturally-responsive-education

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