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Articles are arranged from most recent (December) to least recent (January) for this particular year and topic.


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• • Official: State Needs Indian Education Office (Rapid City Journal) 12/27
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• • The Higher Ed Priority (Argus Leader) 12/14

• • HPS Builds Native American Curriculum (Harve Daily News) 12/11

• • Harvard Mulls Challenges Facing Native Americans (Harvard University Gazette) 12/11

• • Graton Rancheria's Gift for Teaching Position in Native American Studies (Press Democrat) 12/9

• • Navajo Bilingual Education Money Sits Idle (Daily Times) 11/24

• • U. Grant Seeking to Attract Indians to the Teaching Profession (Salt Lake Tribune) 11/18

• • Head Start Shakeup Sparks Rally (Rapid City Journal) 11/13

• • Teacher, Tribe Strives to Keep Students in School (North County Times) 11/10

• • Summit Targets Schools (Anchorage Daily News) 11/3

• • Muckleshoots Start Work on Tribal College Building (King County Journal) 10/31

• • Navajos Charge Bias in Schools (Albuquerque Journal) 10/24

• • OSU, Tribes Plan Indian College (NewsOK.com) * 10/17

• • OLC Receives 10-year Accreditation (Rapid City Journal) 10/17

• • Miwoks Give to Schools (Mountain Democrat) 10/9

• • Cultivating Indian Culture at the U (Star Tribune) * 10/2

• • Navajos, BIA Battle over Control of School (Daily Times) 10/1

• • Native Views Might Benefit Public Schools (Argus Leader) 9/30

• • Tribal Colleges Struggle for Funds (Rapid City Journal) 9/25

• • Native Americans Study No Child Left Behind Act (Billings Gazette) 9/24

• • Council to Address Indian Education (Billings Gazette) 9/19

• • Utah Lags in Educating Indians, State Committee Says (Arizona Republic) 9/18

• • Report: Native Students Falling out of Pipeline (Indianz.com) 9/17

• • History or derogatory? Sign riles Camp Verde (Arizona Republic) 9/15

• • Bay Mills Opens Nine New Charter Schools (Detroit News) 9/12

• • Officials Address Reservation School Concerns (Bismarck Tribune) 9/08

• • BIA School Spending Hard to Justify, Report Finds (Indianz.com) 9/05

• • Central Says They Will Meet Standards (Daily Times) 9/05

• • Native Students Show Gains on College Test (Indianz.com) 8/28

• • Judge Rules Against Hawaiian-Only School (AP) 8/20

• • Educators Looking For Solutions to Indian Students' Problems (AP) 8/17

• • Tribal Schools Awarded Grants (Rapid City Journal) 8/14

• • Tribal Colleges to Get Construction Funding (Rapid City Journal) 7/29

• • Tribal Leaders Hand Out Computers to Every Family (Salt Lake Tribune) 7/25

• • Don't Wait for State to Untie Purse, Indian Educators Told (Billings Gazette) 7/22

• • Nation's ReportCard Shows Progress for Native Students (Indianz.com) 7/11

• • 13 in Advocate Program Are Placed in Agencies (Arizona Republic) 7/08

• • BIA Holding No Child Left behind Meetings (Indianz.com) 7/01

• • Oneidas Pleased with Supreme Court Ruling (Green Bay Press) 6/25

• • Report Card Shows Native Students Falling Behind (Indianz.com) 6/23

• • Bush Official Promotes No Child Left Behind Reforms (Indianz.com) 6/16

• • Scores Rise on Basic Skills Test (Post-Intelligencer) 6/03

• • Education Leader Confronts Low Graduation Rate Among Indians (Argus Leader) 6/02

• • Indian Languages Are Struggling to Survive (Arizona Republic) 5/27

• • Blackfeet Push to Preserve Language (Great Falls Tribune) 5/19

• • Senate Bill Called Vital to Native Language Survival (Indianz.com) 5/16

• • Lawyers Organize to Help Indians (Rapid City Journal) 5/15

• • Paige Views Savoonga Challenges (Daily News) 5/07

• • Education Secretary Gets Eyeful (Daily News) 5/06

• • Native Tongue (Anchorage Daily News) 4/21

• • Indian Schools Official Says WyCas Unfair (Billings Gazette) 4/17

• • American Indians Sue for $25 Billion Over Abuse (Find Law) 4/11

• • Richardson Signs Into Law Indian-Education Legislation (Santa Fe New Mexican) 4/7

• • Domenici Seeks Funds to Finish Navajo Dorm (Indianz.com) 4/1

• • Judge Rules for Rock Hill Schools in Lawsuit with Catawbas (Rock Hill Herald) 3/21

• • Struggling American Indian Magnet School Faces Overhaul (Star Tribune) 3/19

• • Page Kids Divided by Race (Daily Sun)3/19

• • Educators Angry Over Proposed Cut in Aid (Washington Post) 3/19

• • Tribal College Conference Takes Place in N.D. (Indianz.com) 3/14

• • Saginaw Chippewa Tribal College Closer to Accreditation (Central Michigan Life) 3/14

• • BIA Initiatives to Impact Indian Education (Indianz.com) 3/11

• • Ceremony Marks Establishment of Washakie Endowment (Billings Gazette) 2/20

• • Tribal College to Receive $20,000 Award (Farmington Daily-Times) 2/20

• • Paths to Proficiency: Indian Education at the Crossroads (The Santa Fe New Mexican)

• • Bush budget cuts funds at tribal college (Indianz.com) 2/4

• • The president's plan cuts funding for Alaska Native Education Equity (Anchorage Daily News) 2/4

• • Scholarships to go to Indian law students (Duluth News Tibune) 2/1

• • Oneida Tribe to Endow $3 Million Chair in Indian Law at Harvard (New York Times) 1/23

• • Rural Schools Show Highest Poverty Rates in Nebraska (The Independent) 1/21

• • Tribal Colleges a Study in Success (Chicago Tribune) 1/13

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