2005 Education News Stories

• • IAIA among several tribal schools seeking new leaders (Santa Fe New Mexican) 12/07/05

• • Cultural revolution: Schools may add American Indian history (Idaho State Journal) 12/06/05

• • Justice for Ishi (insidehighered.com) 12/5/05

• • Dakota Indians say kids trapped in `school-to-prison pipeline' (Chicago Tribune) 12/05/05

• • Justice for Ishi (insidehighered.com) 12/05/05

• • Eastern Band nears tuition deal (Asheville Citizen-Times) 11/28/05

• • $2B package unveiled for residential school survivors (CBC) 11/23/05

• • Indian law courses headed to University of Richmond (WVEC) 11/19/05

• • Navajos turn sights on schools (Deseret Morning News) 11/15/05

• • Teacher rewarded for excellence (Rapid City Journal) 11/2/05

• • Union official says Payment source of Bahweting troubles (Soo Evening News) 11/1/05

• • States' legislation on school cultural programs varies (Indian Country Today) 11/1/05

• • Pressure deadly for some teens (Gallup Independent) 10/31/05

• • Rep. Moore speaks out against proposed cuts (Lawrence Journal-World) 10/31/05

• • Tewa language program unique to school (Santa Fe New Mexican) 10/31/05

• • Distinguished panel to discuss current American Indian issues (Central Michigan Life) 10/26/05

• • [Canadian] Court rules government and churches are liable for residential school abuse (Anglican Journal) 10/22/05

• • Education key to improving life for Alaska Natives, elder says (Fairbanks Daily News-Miner) 10/18/05

• • Indian education law gets new twist (Bangor Daily News) 10/17/05

• • Indian law class to be offered next semester (Stanford Daily) 10/12/05

• • OLC scholarship fund gets $5,000 (Rapid City Journal) 10/12/05

• • Tribe invests in future of its youth (Riverside Press-Enterprise) 9/30/05

• • Including tribal colleges in lottery scholarship a benefit (Farmington Daily Times) 9/29/05

• • Morongo unveils new learning center; tribal educational programs raising test scores and erasing dropout rate (Business Wire) 9/29/05

• • Tribal college presidents press lottery scholarship (Farmington Daily Times) 9/28/05

• • Morongo Tribe to Present $30,000 in Scholarships to Native American Students Today at 11:00 A.M.; Scholarship Program Unique in California (PRNewswire) 9/26/05

• • When is an Indian not an Indian? (Arkansas Times) 9/22/05

• • Tech gap can hinder enrollment (Arizona Daily Wildcat) 9/20/05

• • OLC to take over Head Start program (Rapid City Journal) 9/20/05

• • Provision would help schools in Four Corners area (Farmington Daily Times) 9/13/05

• • Education program expands at Glacier National Park (Indian Country Today) 9/13/05

• • Navajos Move To Take Control of Classrooms From States (Albuquerque Journal) 9/5/05

• • Indian education coordinator bridges cultures (Rapid City Journal) 9/4/05

• • Indian education coordinator bridges cultures (Rapid City Journal) 9/4/05

• • Another year of gains for Native students on SAT (Indianz.com) 8/31/05

• • Educator: Teachers key to Indian achievement (Great Falls Tribune) 8/31/05

• • Reservations' schoolchildren need boost up (Great Falls Tribune) 8/21/05

• • College accreditation reaffirmed (Billings Gazette) 7/22/05

• • Towns tied by race (Argus Leader) 7/17/05

• • American Indian dolls to help reservation teachers (Billings Gazette) 7/13/05

• • Warren revokes funds for tribe (The Daily Dispatch) 7/13/05

• • Grant to help Indian teachers (Billings Gazette) 7/12/05

• • Alcohol abuse impairs Innu education, report says (CBC) 7/7/05

• • American Indian Students Head to Harvard (Minneapolis Star Tribune) 6/29/05

• • 'Indian Education For All' promoted for state schools (The Oklahoman) 6/29/05

• • ACLU says Winner school discriminates against Indian students (Aberdeen News) 6/23/05

• • Bush administration blasted on Indian education (Indianz.com) 6/20/05

• • State makes good on Indian Ed for All, 32 years later (Helena Indian Education) 6/20/05

• • Senate oversight hearing on Indian education (Indianz.com) 6/16/05

• • Tribes complain of crumbling schools (Casper Star Tribune) 6/9/05

• • Growth cramps tribal learning (Argus Leader) 6/6/05

• • Viewpoint: Indian ed needs an overhaul (Grand Forks Herald) 6/5/05

• • LCC plans to offer Native language (The Register-Guard) 5/30/05

• • Rounds pushes to improve Indian ed (Rapid City Journal) 4/25/05

• • U.N. report focuses on education of indigenous people (Indianz.com) 4/12/05

• • Indian Tribe Back in Yard (The Harvard Crimson) 4/11/05

• • Newman program encourages American Indians to stay in school (Wichita Eagle) 4/7/05

• • Bill seeks cooperation in teaching tribal story (The Seattle Times) 4/5/05

• • Teaching native culture (Kennebec Journal) 4/5/05

• • 'Indian Education for All' funding bill falters (Great Falls Tribune) 3/30/05

• • House panel backs Indian ed boost (Missoulian) 3/25/05

• • Duwamish take issue with history bill (Seattle Post-Intelligencer) 3/25/05

• • Proud first-graders now say: Cherokee spoken here (Christian Science Monitor) 3/22/05

• • Bill provides for native education (Farmington Daily Times) 2/25/05

• • Native American College Shuts Down (L.A. Times) 2/20/05

• • Bills would require local tribal history be taught in schools (Corvallis Gazette-Times) 2/18/05

• • Bush budget seeks cuts to Indian education programs (Indianz.com) 2/10/05

• • Tribal university survives (The Vacaville Reporter) 2/4/05

• • BIA cuts scholarship money by $407,000 (Gallup Independant) 1/17/05

• • Education about Indians called mandate (Billings Gazette) 1/12/05

• • Tribes seek funds for non-Indian school costs (The Billings Gazette) 1/13/05

• • Tribe suspects its students shortchanged (The Salt Lake Tribune) 1/12/05

 

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