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Using Social Media to Strengthen SIPI’s Teacher of Color Pipeline

I am a member of the Navajo Nation from the Ramah-Navajo reservation attending the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute (SIPI), where I am majoring in early childhood education (ECE).

Community Recruitment Events: Comedy brings in students at SIPI

Higher ed has a student enrollment problem. Nationally, student enrollment is down 10% in the last decade, with New Mexico rates at nearly twice that, even though colleges made improvements to serve students better than ever.

First Steps to New Beginnings

This winter season has been a cold one, especially for Arizona and the Tohono O’odham Nation. The sun shines and the skies are open and blue. One would think it is a warm sunny day until they walk out into the open and discover that it is 42 degrees.

Former College Funder Yazzie-Mintz Named Brock Prize Recipient

Congratulations to Dr. Tarajean Yazzie-Mintz (Diné), our former colleague who served as vice president for program initiatives at the American Indian College Fund, who was named the 2020 Brock Prize in Education Innovation Laureate.