2012 Education News Stories

• • A state of emergency for American Indian and Native students (Huffington Post) 12/12/12

• • Grant allows UWS, LCO to train more American Indian teachers (Superior Telegram) 12/16/12• • Tribal courts and secured transactions law workshop (Native American Law Blog) 12/7/12

• • Tribal sovereignty curriculum available to Washington school districts (Oregon Live) 11/27/12

• • Native American leader Dennis Banks on the overlooked tragedy of nation's Indian boarding schools (Democracy Now) 10/8/12

• • SD proposal takes aim at tribal teacher shortages (San Francisco Gate) 9/21/12

• • National Indian Education Association names Cherokee executive director (Indian Country Today) 9/19/12

• • Strengthening education in Indian Country (Char-Koosta News) 9/13/12

• • Federal officials support Native tuition waiver at Fort Lewis (Indian Country Today) 8/28/12

• • Fort Lewis tuition waiver finds a supporter in the White House (Durango Herald) 8/22/12

• • Oklahoma schools are doing something right for Native students (Indian Country Today) 8/07/12

• • NAEP Scores Still Stalled for Native American Students (Education Week) 06/26/12

• • Navajo panel opposing NM school district split (Las Cruces Sun-News) 05/25/12

• • Muckleshoot Tribe establishes Higher Education Scholarship program (Kent Reporter) 05/15/12

• • New high-level advisory council to guide big brothers big sisters' Native American mentoring work (The Wall Street Journal) 05/08/12

• • On tribal lands, digital divide brings new form of isolation (The Huffington Post) 04/20/12•

• The University of Tulsa College of Law announces launch of Worcester Sovereignty Project (Native American Law Blog) 03/29/12

• • Native American women scholars helping to shape their fields(Bowdoin Academic Spotlight) 03/09/12

• • Native broker-dealer helps tribal education (Indian Country Today) 02/22/12

• • Bill could bring more teachers to reservations (Rapid City Journal) 02/18/12

• • Tribal judges revive national tribal justice resource center (Indian Country Today) 02/15/12

? ? MHS program teaches Indian traditions to students (Helenair.com) 02/08/12

• • Rethinking Columbus: book-banning in Tucson (Indian Country Today) 01/24/12

• • Minnesota students fight for Native American class (Indian Country Today) 01/18/12

• • Chippewa tribe backs UMD Indian resource center (Duluth News Tribune) 01/05/12


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