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• • Mashantucket donates $153,000 to youth groups, scholarships (Indian Country Today) 12/31/07

• • 9,000 Navajo students to receive prescription eyeglasses (The Daily Times) 12/28/07

• • School closure may be good for students (The Salt Lake Tribune) 12/20/07

• • Indian Tribes secure $500,000+ to tutor at-risk students (KPBS) 12/19/07

• • Ute reservation school first in state to fall victim to 'No Child Left Behind' standards (The Salt Lake Tribune) 12/18/07

• • Judge signs agreement in school lawsuit (Rapid City Journal) 12/13/07

• • Powell receives elite scholarship (Great Falls Tribune) 12/12/07

• • UND's RAIN program eclipses stormy past (Grand Forks Herald) 12/12/07

• • MSU makes Natives priority (The Missoulian) 12/9/07

• • Education consortium welcomes new tribal college members (Indian Country Today) 12/5/07

• • Pine Ridge Head Start unveils improvements (The Rapid City Journal) 12/5/07

• • Soledad school to receive grant from San Diego tribe (The Salinas Californian) 12/3/07

• • Scholarships make college possible (Tulsa World) 11/27/07

• • American Indian College Fund celebrates students, donors (Indian Country Today) 11/19/07

• • Johnson co-sponsors bid to help tribal schools (Argus Leader) 11/18/07

• • ‘Trick or Treaty’ DVD sparks fears at Haskell (The Lawrence Journal-World) 11/12/07

• • UM opens labs for American Indians (Billings Gazette) 11/6/07

• • Secretary Kempthorne to read to elementary students, kick-off ‘BIE READS’ to promote literacy (U.S. Department of the interior) 11/5/07

• • Navajo tribe sends 362-plus to Hawaii conference (The Daily Times) 11/3/07

• • Washoe children get help transitioning into public education (Douglas Times) 11/2/07

• • Robeson trip to Hawaii convention ought to inspire outrage. (The Fayetteville Observer) 11/1/07

• • Seminole school mixes technology, tradition (The Miami Herald) 10/31/07

• • University of Idaho strengthens Native studies department (Indian Country Today) 10/17/07

• • U.Va. is wooing American Indians (Richmond Time-Dispatch) 10/15/07

• • A helping hand: Navajo students to get $750,000 boost (The Daily Times) 10/2/07

• • Reservation schools working hard and improving (The Great Falls Tribune) 9/25/07

• • School aims to cut Indian absenteeism (The Arizona Republic) 9/24/07

• • Native American education summit set (Rapid City Journal) 9/3/07

• • Students focus on sovereignty at summit (The Bellingham Herald) 8/13/07

• • Project teaches Native culture (The Missoulian) 8/14/07

• • Scholarships help students continue their educations and realize their potential (Farmington Daily Times) 8/2/07

• • Maine tribes and colleges seal education partnership (Indian Country Today) 8/1/07

• • Navajo schools superintendent fired (The Gallup Independent) 8/1/07

• • Pascua contributions to TUSD are considerable (The Arizona Daily Star) 7/20/07

• • TUSD's plan for Pascua kids is a good start (The Arizona Daily Star) 7/17/07

• • Tulalips fight to help children succeed (The Daily Herald) 7/12/07

• • Tulie school board talks buses, money and renovations (Alamogordo Daily News) 7/11/07

• • New old ways for Navajo teachers (The Denver Post) 6/22/07

• • Student discipline lawsuit settled (Rapid City Journal) 6/19/07

• • Meskwaki School plans $21 million expansion (The Times-Republican) 6/7/07

• • Doctorate program graduates first American Indian scholar (Indian Country Today) 6/6/07

• • Indian education official named (SpokesmanReview.com) 6/5/07

• • With tuition waiver, Maine invests in its ‘first people’ (The New York Times) 5/28/07

• • MethSMART program targets youth on reservations (Indianz.com) 5/23/07

• • A Mandate for Native History (DiverseEducation.com) 5/17/07

• • States told to improve American Indian student achievement (Minnesota Public Radio) 5/16/07

• • Crow Creek Head Start to reopen this summer (ArgusLeader.com) 5/11/07

• • Schools near Indian reservations may get aid (Devils Lake Journal) 5/10/07

• • Tribal bill signed by Governor Hoeven (KXNet.come) 5/10/07

• • Tribal-language teaching struggles (BillingsGazette.com) 5/8/07

• • Lawmakers seek funds for Indian education programs (Indianz.com) 5/2/07

• • Indians protest GRPS' plans for program shutdown (Grand Rapids Press) 4/23/07

• • Spelling for success and self-esteem (Recorder Online) 4/17/07

• • Two tribal colleges left behind by President Bush (Indianz.com) 4/16/07

• • Native educators struggle to fund language programs (Missoulian.com) 4/15/07

• • Rural, Hispanic and American Indian students get together (Brainerd Dispatch) 4/13/07

• • American Indian Education Research Center established (State College.com) 4/10/07

• • Learning as lifeline (Milwaukee Journal Sentinel) 4/7/07

• • Public schools in South Dakota to include American Indian education (Indian Country Today) 3/19/07

• • Incoming Haskell president sets 90-day agenda (Lawrence-Journal World) 3/13/07

• • Indian education program smart move for S.D. (Aberdeen News) 3/13/07

• • Lakota educator brings his traditions to the classroom (Indian Country Today) 3/7/07

• • North Dakota tribal colleges discuss funding bill (Indianz.com) 3/6/07

• • Natick drops Redmen nickname (Metro West Daily News) 3/6/07

• • Higher ed goes on Ute agenda (Cortez Journal) 3/6/07

• • Ph.D. program helps to preserve Hawaiian language (Indian Country Today) 02/07/07

• • N.D. Higher Education: Committee OKs funding for tribal colleges (Grand Forks Herald) 02/06/07

• • Indian School's Dark Legacy (ABQ Journal) 02/04/07

• • Johnson O'Malley grants stressed at Indian education conference (Indian Country Today) 2/16/07

• • Indian fund receives millions for higher ed (Denver Post) 2/15/07

• • CSUSM forges partnership with Santa Ysabel Indians (North County Times) 01/25/07

• • Tribal college bill supported (Bismarck Tribune) 01/24/07

• • Ethnic Fraud? (Diverse Education) 1/23/2007

• • 'If I Can' gets Native youth reading for fun (Missoulian) 1/19/2007

• • N.D. Legislature: Tribal colleges ask state for help with non-Native students (Grand Forks Herald) 1/19/2007

• • Progress seen in Indian education, but more cooperation needed, agency head says (Argus Leader) 1/12/07

• • Boost in Net speed helps 45 schools (Citizen-Times) 1/12/07

• • Indian dropout rate studied [Montana] (Billings Gazette) 1/10/07

• • Education act proposed in South Dakota (Indian Country Today) 1/8/07

• • Tribal colleges offer specialized education (MN Public Radio) 1/5/07

• • Grants seek to help preserve languages (Indian Country Today) 1/3/07

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