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What is STEM without Roots?

By Dina Horwedel - September 2, 2019

By Govinda Budrow, FDLTCC Education Faculty and For the Wisdom of the Children FDLTCC Project Director When it comes to…

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SIPI Utilizes Online Learning Communities to Enrich Teacher Training

By Nikta - August 1, 2019

By Danielle Lansing, SIPI Early Childhood Faculty and Vibeka Mitchell, SIPI Early Childhood Learning Center Preschool Teacher For SIPI’s Early…

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Dollar General Grantees Delve into Community for Holistic GED/HSE Certification

By Dina Horwedel - July 23, 2019

By Hannah Gonzales, American Indian College Fund Programs Initiatives Assistant Click to view infographic and…

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Sinte Gleska University and Oglala Lakota College GED Programs Complete Site Visits

By Dina Horwedel - July 1, 2019

By Sherman Marshall, II, SGU Adult Basic Education Department Director Per its vision statement, the Oglala Lakota…

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Relationships: Children Discovering STEM with the World Around Them

By Dina Horwedel - June 21, 2019

by Robyn Bennett, SKC Early Learning Center Pre-school Teacher, Janet Jolly, SKC Early Learning Center Director, and Dr. Amy Burland,…

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GED Program: Successful. Empowering. Needed.

By Dina Horwedel - June 10, 2019

by Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz Successful.  Empowering.  Needed. These are the words that Kateri Montileaux uses to describe the Community Continuing Education/GED…

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Spring Is Here and So Are We: NWIC Preschoolers Learn to Explore!

By Dina Horwedel - May 23, 2019

by Alex Stribling, Preschool Teacher, Northwest Indian College Early Learning Center Do you hear those sounds? They are the sounds…

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Experiencing Math through Art: Weaving Connections with a Lac Courte Oreilles Elder

By Dina Horwedel - May 10, 2019

Dennis White addresses a crowded room of early childhood educators with stories about how math…

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College Fund Publishes Free College-Going Guidebook for Native Students

By Dina Horwedel - May 2, 2019

The American Indian College Fund, with generous support from the Andrew Mellon Foundation, is publishing an invaluable tool for Native…

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A Conference That Ignites Connections

By Dina Horwedel - April 25, 2019

By Govinda Budrow, Education Instructor, Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College A team of in service and pre-service teachers…

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American Indian College Fund to Continue College Access and Success Program with $2.5 Million, Three-Year Grant

By Dina Horwedel - April 24, 2019

Native American and Alaska Native students are in a college-going and completion crisis. Research shows the national rate…

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SIPI Preservice Teachers Learn STEM Habits through Culturally Relevant Design Projects

By Dina Horwedel - April 10, 2019

By SIPI Early Childhood Education students Aubree Watson, Lila Platero, and Jonetta Damon SIPI interns Aubree…

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Threading the Needle from Theorist to STEM

By Dina Horwedel - March 27, 2019

By Cheryl LaRose, former Early Childhood Chair and For the Wisdom of the Children Project Director, Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community…

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Sinte Gleska University Connects GED Classroom to Community, Culture

By Dina Horwedel - March 26, 2019

In 2019 the Sinte Gleska University Adult Basic Education (ABE) Department began offering community-based learning opportunities. The program introduces and…

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TOCC’s GED Program Is a Game-Changer

By Dina Horwedel - March 8, 2019

Living on an Indian reservation the size of a state and shuttling between three tribal college campuses and six satellite…

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Meet Oglala Lakota College’s New Community Continuing Education/GED Program Team Members

By Dina Horwedel - February 19, 2019

By Kateri L. Montileaux, Director of Community Continuing Education/GED Program Oglala Lakota College has launched its Dollar General American Indian…

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Early Child STEM Programs Grounded in Community Needs

By Dina Horwedel - January 25, 2019

By Amy Burland, Ed.D., Dean of the Salish Kootenai College Division of Education and Project Director for the Our People’s…

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Just Got My HSE Certificate! Now What?

By Dina Horwedel - December 20, 2018

By Jim Snyder SIPI HSE Instructor and Christopher Harrington SIPI ABE Department Chair For Native students who did not complete…

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Native Children Living on Salish Sea Meet and Greet Sea Creatures

By Dina Horwedel - December 5, 2018

By Christine Edwards, Teacher, Northwest Indian College In early November, the Salish Sea Research Center team from Northwest Indian College…

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Raising Native Children in a Good Way

By Dina Horwedel - November 27, 2018

By Sara Montgomery, Coordinator of the Anishinaabe and American Elementary Education Program and For the Wisdom of the Children Project…

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Connecting, Learning and Growing: Native Arts Convening

By Dina Horwedel - November 21, 2018

The American Indian College Fund (the College Fund) hosted a Native Arts convening in Seattle, Washington in September, 2018. Seven…

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Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College Hosts Native Arts Workshops Based in Place

By Dina Horwedel - November 21, 2018

This is a collaborative series developed by the College Fund’s Environmental Sustainability, Native Arts and Early Childhood Education program initiatives.

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College Fund/Dollar General Remove Obstacles for Students Seeking GED

By Dina Horwedel - November 19, 2018

By Kateri Montileaux, OLC Director of Community Continuing Education and GED The Community Continuing Education/GED department of Oglala Lakota College…

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Sinte Gleska University Celebrates 35th GED Graduation

By Amita Manandhar - November 6, 2018

GED graduation marks the beginning of a new chapter for adult learners—one filled with increased education and employment opportunities. Family,…

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TCU Faculty and Staff: Getting Published

By Amita Manandhar - November 5, 2018

You’ve just finished writing your research or dissertation. Now it’s time to get your work published! Dr. Bryan McKinley Jones…

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Thinking Sustainably at Tribal Colleges

By Amita Manandhar - November 2, 2018

By Jasmine Neosh, College of Menominee Nation student What do you think of when you think “sustainability”?…

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For the Wisdom of the Children: Strengthening the Teacher of Color Pipeline

By Amita Manandhar - September 28, 2018

A child dips her feet in Wheatfields Lake on the Navajo Reservation at sunrise and wonders what lies beneath.  A…

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Call for Proposals: SEEDS Program One-Year Integrated Grants

By Amita Manandhar - September 5, 2018

The American Indian College Fund’s Scholarly Emergence for Environmental Design and Stewardship (SEEDS) Program is offering four one-year, $50,000…

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Language and Culture: Gifts that Keep on Giving

By Amita Manandhar - July 13, 2018

by Kayla Dix, Salish Kootenai College Indigenous Visionary Native Women’s Leadership Fellow, Kathie Maiers, Salish Kootenai College Indigenous Visionary Native…

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Empowering Children with Special Needs — A Teacher’s Passion

By Amita Manandhar - July 12, 2018

By Joni Augare Connelly, Salish Kootenai College Indigenous Visionary Native Women’s Leadership Fellow, and Kathie Maiers, Salish Kootenai College Indigenous…

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Building Sustainability Through Cultural Revival

By Amita Manandhar - June 13, 2018

Guest blog post by Erin Griffin, Sisseton Wahpeton College Director of Dakota Studies and Ford C3 Project Lead Envisioning a…

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Place-Based Learning as a Framework for Building Native Student Success

By Kendra Teague - June 4, 2018

This is a collaborative series developed by the College Fund’s Environmental Sustainability, Native Arts and Early Childhood Education program initiatives.

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University of New Mexico’s – Indigenous Design and Planning Institute

By Kendra Teague - May 14, 2018

By Ted Jojola, PhD The Indigenous Design and Planning Institute (iD+Pi) at the University of New Mexico was established on…

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College Fund SEEDS Logo Symbolizes Stewardship and Growth

By Kendra Teague - April 16, 2018

The growth and continuity of our home the Earth, as well as an eco-system, a seed, a student or a…

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Restorative Teachings — Ojibwe Language, a Visual Canvas

By Amita Manandhar - April 3, 2018

I have always been interested in art and design since I was a young girl in high school. In fact,…

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Caldwell: A Lifelong Capstone Course on Sustainability

By Amita Manandhar - March 9, 2018

Since graduating from high school my educational development has focused on forestry and natural resources, and my career in various…

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Honoring the Sacred

By Kendra Teague - March 7, 2018

 The word women in this blog refers to all women, including cis-women, trans-women and two-spirit women. Let us recognize that…

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Expanding Culturally Relevant Knowledge through Early Childhood Conferences

By Amita Manandhar - February 19, 2018

American Indian College Fund Vice President for Program Initiatives, Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz and TCU ECE Program Coordinator, Cassandra Harden…

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Navajo Rug Weaving: Learnings from the Loom

By Amita Manandhar - February 15, 2018

Bridget Skenadore, Project Officer of Native Arts and Culture at the American Indian College Fund, had the…

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Traditional Native Arts Sister Site Visit: Sitting Bull College’s Skirt-Making Workshop

By Amita Manandhar - February 8, 2018

The American Indian College Fund has hosted their second “Sister Site Visit” on January 6-8, 2018. Renee O’Kimosh, Project Administrator,…

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Traditional Native Arts Sister Site Visit: Learning From One Another

By Amita Manandhar - February 6, 2018

Master Artist, Joyce LaPoint leads the workshop on creating Faceless Dolls at Leech Lake Tribal College in November…

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Hosting Early Childhood Educators from Southwest University in Chongqing, China

By Amita Manandhar - February 5, 2018

Visitors from Southwest University in Chongqing, China and Professors from Western Washington University pictured with Lummi Education Director,…

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SIPI Parents Learn Couponing, Family Budgeting Strategies

By Amita Manandhar - January 23, 2018

by Danielle Lansing, SIPI Early Childhood Faculty and SIPI Restorative Teachings Project Director During brainstorming sessions and meetings as part…

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From Student Intern to College Fund Employee: Cassandra’s Journey

By Amita Manandhar - December 14, 2017

Harden representing the American Indian College Fund’s Restorative Teachings TCU ECE Initiative during a recent site-visit to grantee…

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SEEDS- Environmental Stewardship is an Inherit Right, Responsibility

By Kendra Teague - December 6, 2017

By Kendra Teague, program administrator for the American Indian College Fund’s SEEDS program. “Patricia Monture-Angus (Mohawk) contends that Indigenous nationhood is…

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Meet Our Indigenous Visionaries

By Amita Manandhar - October 24, 2017

Indigenous Visionaries: Native Women Leadership Fellows, 2017-2018 Enacting Native arts as a means of providing trauma therapy. Teaching the…

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KBOCC: Building the Bridge

By Amita Manandhar - October 12, 2017

by Cheryl LaRose, Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College Restorative Teachings Project Director “Elders are a bridge to…

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Restorative Teachings: Embracing our Frameworks to Change the World

By Amita Manandhar - August 8, 2017

A Reflection on the 2017 Convening of the Restorative Teachings ECE Initiative Grantees As we do more, we have to…

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SIPI Parents Lead the Way

By Amita Manandhar - July 18, 2017

SIPI’s parents gather to collectively discuss upcoming Restorative Teachings activities. SIPI has worked hard to make sure its…

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Teachers Learn Techniques to Bolster Resiliency, Foster Classroom Connections

By Amita Manandhar - May 23, 2017

By Alicia Allard, Northwest Indian College Early Learning Center Director Native youth often face disproportionate challenges in their young lives.

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It’s More Than Just Telling a Story!

By Amita Manandhar - May 11, 2017

by Cyndi Pyatskowit, College of Menominee Nation (CMN) Restorative Teachings Project Director Through storytelling, the Menominee are keeping their tribal…

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Salish Kootenai College’s Restorative Teachings Early Childhood Initiative Project

By Amita Manandhar - May 3, 2017

by Kathie Maiers, Salish Kootenai College Project Coordinator; Cindy O’Dell, Salish Kootenai College Restorative Teachings Project Director; and Amy Burland…

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Connections That Create Health, Wellness and Security

By Amita Manandhar - March 15, 2017

The Iñupiat family engagement event was held at the Aimaaġvik Assisted Living Center to celebrate the season with…

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Achieving the Dream – Developing Data Capacity to Increase Success

By Amita Manandhar - March 10, 2017

Andreanna Benally, Data Entry & Survey Technician; Terrence Tso, Data Architect Specialist; Velveena Davis, Executive Director, Office of…

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Fellows Contribute to Sustainable Environment and Contribute to Communities

By Kendra Teague - March 8, 2017

Our American Indian College Fund Building Sustainability Pathways fellows have a vested interest in environmental sustainability as well as…

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BIMAADIZIWIN: “A Healthy Way of Life” Through Family Fun Night

By Amita Manandhar - March 3, 2017

    An example of a “Family Fun Event Planning”, is the engagement of a mother and son…

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Guide for Educators First To Feature Tribal College Professionals’ Work

By Amita Manandhar - March 2, 2017

Danielle Lansing, an instructor at Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI), a Tribal College in Albuquerque, New Mexico presenting…

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NWIC Restorative Teachings Holiday Cedar Weaving and Storytelling Event

By Amita Manandhar - January 31, 2017

Grilled salmon caught by Lummi fishermen was served at NWIC family engagement event. On a blustery and bitterly…

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Early Childhood Expert Appointed to Board of Directors of the National Board for Education Sciences

By Amita Manandhar - January 9, 2017

Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz is Co-Director of the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs and Senior Program Officer…

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College Fund Expert Lends Voice to Cell Phone Debate for Young Children

By Amita Manandhar - January 9, 2017

Choosing whether to allow a young child to have a cell phone can be a difficult decision for a parent.

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Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College Makes Beautiful Changes Through the Restorative Teachings Early Childhood Education Initiative

By Amita Manandhar - December 23, 2016

Boozhoo (hello) from all of us here at the Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College (KBOCC). Fall is upon us and…

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Informational Texts Connect!

By Amita Manandhar - December 21, 2016

Cyndi Pyatskowit wearing Menominee bone necklace. Children read better and more when they have access to culturally relevant…

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Empowering Young Lakota Learners Through Restorative Teachings

By Amita Manandhar - December 20, 2016

The Lakhól’iyapi Wahóhpi (Lakota Language Nest) is a 100% Lakota language immersion preschool located at Sitting Bull College in…

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Sitting Bull College Kicks Off Restorative Teachings Project

By Amita Manandhar - October 17, 2016

Lakól’iyapi Wahópi Lakota activity cards. The American Indian College Fund’s (College Fund) Tribal College and Universities (TCU) Early…

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Tribal College, Community Tackle Ways to Share Environmental Stewardship

By Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - October 10, 2016

The Indigenous Peoples Climate Change Working Group, hosted by Haskell Indian Nations College, is in its tenth year. This year’s…

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Community Supports Northwest Indian College Garden Curriculum

By Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - September 15, 2016

On August 4th, members of the Restorative Teachings Early Childhood Education Initiative Coordinating Team visited Northwest Indian College’s (NWIC)…

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Gardening Event Embraces Restorative Teachings

By Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - September 13, 2016

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute’s (SIPI) Restorative Teachings team gathered for our annual “Community Planting Event.” Every April for the…

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College Fund Welcomes Three Summer Interns

By Testing - July 14, 2016

This year the College Fund welcomes three research interns to its staff. Internships, like scholarships, are an important…

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SIPI Launches Restorative Teachings Initiative

By Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - May 27, 2016

The Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute’s (SIPI) Early Childhood program, together with the Youth Development Incorporated (YDI) happily launched…

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Northwest Indian College Restorative Teachings ECE Initiative, May 2016

By Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - May 27, 2016

Spring is in full bloom here at the Northwest Indian College (NWIC) Early Leaning Center, and the College Fund’s…

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Native Art Forms Persevere at Sisseton Wahpeton College

By Office of Research and Sponsored Programs - December 29, 2015

Bridget Skenadore, the American Indian College Fund’s Native Arts and Culture Project Coordinator, had the opportunity this week to participate…

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Traditional Native Arts at the 2016 International Conference of Indigenous Archives, Libraries and Museums

By Amita Manandhar - October 2, 2015

In September of 2015, Bridget Skenadore, Native Arts and Culture Project Coordinator, presented at the 2016 International Conference of Indigenous…

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Intern Sees Stories in Numbers

By Amita Manandhar - August 27, 2015

Oki (hello).  I attended Blackfeet Community College for a year and a half, where I learned of…

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College Fund Research Intern Presents at National Family and Community Engagement Conference

By Amita Manandhar - July 13, 2015

Yá’át’ééh! My name is Cassandra Harden. I am a graduated from  Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) with an associate’s degree…

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

By Amita Manandhar - June 15, 2015

Written by: Michelle Wilson Justin Guillory, president of Northwest Indian College . In the life of a parent,…

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Pueblo of Jemez –Photo Voice Showcase

By Amita Manandhar - May 12, 2015

Presented by Alyssa Yeppa and Stacie Barney Introducing Lana Toya Our Parent Photo Voice team had the great…

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Wakanyeja Sacred Little Ones & K’é Family Engagement Initiative Presents: “SIPI YDI Community Planting Event”

By Amita Manandhar - May 11, 2015

  Blog By: Marissa Analla & Cassie Harden The Wakanyeja Sacred Little Ones and K’é Family Engagement Initiatives presents Southwestern…

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College4Kids Program Features Pigs, Pancakes and Maple

By Amita Manandhar - April 10, 2015

If you give a pig a pancake — oh, the adventure you will have!  Maple sugaring was the theme for…

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Tribal College Students Embracing ECE Initiatives at NWIC

By Amita Manandhar - March 9, 2015

Things are moving fast at the Northwest Indian College and the Lummi community.  For the last three and a…

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NWIC Brings Family Engagement to Lummi Community

By Amita Manandhar - February 20, 2015

Our first Family Engagement activity was an Ey’ Snat Family Fun Night in September held in conjunction with…

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Native American Heritage Month

Traditional Native Arts Forms Building Capacity at TCUs

By Amita Manandhar - February 13, 2015

The American Indian College Fund has created a re-granting opportunity for Tribal Colleges and Universities (TCUs) to enhance the capacity…

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College of Menominee Nation’s Ké’ Family Engagement

By Amita Manandhar - December 12, 2014

Family Engagement Activities—Lunching, Learning and Loving It! By: Cyndi Pyatskowit, College of Menominee Nation Project Director The…

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SIPI’s Native Harvest Feast Creates Sharing, Community Bonds

By Amita Manandhar - December 1, 2014

Thanksgiving is a time of sharing and community bonding. The Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) Youth Development Incorporated (YDI)…

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Tribal Colleges Strengthen Family Engagement Through Early Childhood Education

By Amita Manandhar - November 14, 2014

In July 2014, The American Indian College Fund launched expanded efforts to support tribal colleges and universities in strengthening early…

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SIPI’s Ke’ Family Engagement Initiative Pumpkin Patch

By Amita Manandhar - November 1, 2014

Every year for Halloween, families and communities come together to give children an experience of laughter, festivities, and pumpkin…

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ECE Researcher to Present Poster at Native Children’s Research Exchange (NCRE)

By Amita Manandhar - September 19, 2014

The American Indian College Fund’s Wakanyeja Early Childhood…

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Shaping Native Early Childhood Education with Work and Commitment

By Amita Manandhar - September 17, 2014

This fall marks the final year of the initiative; reflection on the accomplishments of the four tribal college grantees spurs…

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Teacher of the Next Generation

By Amita Manandhar - April 30, 2014

Sasha Toribio, Zia Pueblo Hello my name is Sasha Toribio. I am from Zia Pueblo, located in Zia,…

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Wakanyeja Early Childhood Education Initiative Goes International

By Amita Manandhar - March 14, 2014

The Wakanyeja Early Childhood Education (ECE) Initiative celebrates another…

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College of Menominee Nation Big Day in Pre-K

By Amita Manandhar - September 1, 2013

Maria Defoe, pre-service teacher in the Anishinaabe Seasonal Science course, teaching a lesson to children on the science…

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Sacred Little Ones program event brings tribal educators to Lummi

By Amita Manandhar - August 6, 2013

By Shelley Macy, NWIC Early Childhood Education Director On June 7, Lummi elders and community leaders,…

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Sacred Books for Little Ones

By Amita Manandhar - June 13, 2013

Nestled between the Lummi Bay and Bellingham Bay in Northwest Washington State, four tribal college early childhood education programs brought…

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SIPI Early Childhood Student is accepted into the Charles Carl Program at Yale University

By Amita Manandhar - June 4, 2013

Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI) is proud to announce that Andrea Vicente, a student…

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Updates from the Wakanyeja Early Childhood Education Initiative

By Amita Manandhar - March 27, 2013

The ECED Special Topics course attended the Native American Child and Family Conference on Wed. March 20th at the Hotel…

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Uqautchim Uglua at Ilisagvik College

By Amita Manandhar - January 10, 2013

Ilisagvik College’s Uqautchim Uglua, or ‘language nest’ program, celebrated important milestones in 2012. The school introduced an Iñupiaq…

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Program supported to build and strengthen Iñupiaq language

By Amita Manandhar - December 27, 2012

Ilisagvik College President Pearl Brower was presented with a Proclamation of Support for the Uqautchim Uglua (language nest) Program…

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Audra Stonefish, Embrey Women’s Leadership Fellow, Shares Her Gratitude After D.C. Retreat

By Amita Manandhar - October 9, 2012

Embrey Women Leadership Group in DC. Here, they are in front of the embassy of tribal nations.

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Tribal College Hosts Early Childhood Teacher Education Kick-Off

By Amita Manandhar - September 14, 2012

Sacred Little Ones Kickoff for the Early Childhood Education Programs at Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute. Southwestern Indian Polytechnic…

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Woksape Oyate Projects Draws to a Close

By Amita Manandhar - August 29, 2012

After five years of building intellectual capital across Indian Country, the American Indian College Fund’s Woksape Oyate $17.5 million dollar…

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Sharing Stories through Imagery: Pathways to Improving Early Childhood Education in Native Communities

By Amita Manandhar - July 26, 2012

Four tribal colleges who are grantees in the Kellogg Wakanyeja “Sacred Little Ones” Early Childhood Education Initiative met last…

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