American Indian education

Inside the College Fund

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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Student Success

Teamwork Helps Tohono O’odham Students Make College a Reality

By Amita Manandhar - May 15, 2018

A team of staff at Tohono O’odham Community College (TOCC) and local high schools, led by Daniel Sestiaga Jr.

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President's Blog

Inequity in America: Education Is the Answer

By Amita Manandhar - January 16, 2018

In his work, Why We Can’t Wait, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks to the colonial roots of racism in…

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President's Blog

Woonspe – Education gives meaning to Mni Wiconi – Water is Life

By President Cheryl Crazy Bull - September 16, 2016

The flag of the Standing Rock Tribe flies on Sept. 7, 2016 near Cannonball, North Dakota. Indigenous people…

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President's Blog

Social Justice Through Education a Shared Sentiment for Empowering Nations

By President Cheryl Crazy Bull - May 27, 2016

Muscogee Tribal College Graduation I was inspired to see Hilary Pennington’s article, “Rethinking scholarships as social justice”…

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President's Blog

Helping Native Youth Succeed With Culturally Responsive Education

By Amita Manandhar - October 7, 2015

Living conditions on American Indian reservations and in Alaska Native villages are often compared to those in third…

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How Tribal Colleges Reverse Boarding School Native Education Legacy

By Amita Manandhar - January 27, 2012

Education was a tool used by the U.S. government to try to assimilate American Indians. This Week in Indian Country’s piece, “Schools…

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