2022 Education News Stories

New grant program aims to improve access to higher education for Oregon tribal members (Oregon Public Broadcasting) 6/14/22

State will pay cost of college for Oregon tribal members going to school in-state (The Oregonian) 6/7/22

Funding available to support Native language revitalization (US Department of Education Blog) 6/3/22

Lamar High School drops “Savage” from its mascot name as 10 new schools are found in violation of state law (The Colorado Sun) 5/20/22

Law school to pay bulk of its in-state Native American students’ tuition (Berkeley News) 5/18/22

New program builds on UC plan to cover tuition for in-state Native American students (Native News Online) 5/17/22

Wichita Public Schools clarifies, tribal regalia allowed at graduations (KWCH) 5/13/22

After 7 years, WA tribal history curriculum still not fully implemented (Crosscut) 5/12/22

North Texas course on Native history, culture aims to combat stereotypes (Black Chronicle News) 5/12/22

Aspiring astronaut brings Indigenous people’s perspective to space science (Navajo Times) 5/10/22

Shoshone-Bannock Tribes to host Tribal Education Summit (Idaho State Journal) 5/4/22

University of California announces Native American Opportunity Plan (UCLA News) 5/2/22

CSU San Marcos professor creates space for Indigenous narrative sovereignty (The San Diego Union-Tribune) 5/1/22

'It's about cultural survival' (Albuquerque Journal) 4/16/22

Red Cloud Indian School attempts to help community heal through immersion program (Rapid City Journal) 4/9/22

Representation in the medical field: U of M working to boost Native American population in medical schools (MinnPost) 4/8/22

Project engages federal Indian law to protect tribal self-determination (Yale News) 4/7/22

Ayaprun Elitnaurvik, Bethel's Yup'ik Immersion School, is expanding into 7th and 8th grade as its new campus is being built (Native News Online) 3/30/22

North Dakota student association pushing for Indigenous Peoples Day (The Bismarck Tribune) 3/21/22

NM bills OK teacher raises, Native language teachers, free college tuition (Navajo Times) 3/18/22

The MIT Solve Indigenous Communities Fellowship is seeking applicants (Native News Online) 3/17/22

Federal court revives claim in Havasupai education case (Star Tribune) 3/17/22

Murkowski holds field hearing on education in Alaska (Indian Country Today) 3/1/22

Why Yale urgently needs a Native Studies major (Yale Daily News) 2/22/22

Native American students at Columbia University approved for a brownstone to call home (Native News Online) 2/21/22

Native history is essential to any successful public education curriculum (Native News Online) 2/20/22

Lance Morgan: Critical race theory may not have been written for Native Americans, but it still applies (Omaha World-Herald) 2/17/22

Bill aims to bring Native American boarding school history into curriculum (Traverse City Record Eagle) 2/17/22

S.D. tribal college part of NASA plan for housing on moon and Mars (Tribal Business News) 2/15/22

More Native language teachers will enrich education (The Santa Fe New Mexican) 2/13/22

SD Senate OK’s funding for Oceti Sakowin schools (Black Hills Pioneer) 2/10/22

Improving education top goal of Native American agenda in 2022 South Dakota legislative session (South Dakota News Watch) 2/8/22

California Indian Law Association, Inc.'s Pathway to Law Program (Turtle Talk) 2/7/22

Pathway to Law Initiative: Native American Law School admissions workshop (Turtle Talk) 2/7/22

American Indian course highlights importance of Indigenous causes on campus (The Minnesota Daily) 1/27/22

Northern Arizona University expert develops innovative computer science curriculum for Native American elementary students (Native News Online) 1/27/22

National Judicial College receives $1 million grant to support tribal courts (Red Lake Nation News) 1/26/22

Klamath Tribes release video series to teach tribal history in schools (Jefferson Public Radio) 1/25/22

State library spotlight: How ARP Act Stimulus funds are supporting tribal libraries, educators, and local businesses in New Mexico (Institute of Museum and Library Services) 1/24/22

Colorado Mountain College reflects on state’s relationship with Indigenous communities (Summit Daily) 1/17/22

Tribal Outreach Specialist at UM creates important bridge for Native students (NBC Montana) 1/15/22

MSU Indigenous Law & Policy Center Winter Newsletter (Turtle Talk) 1/14/22

Be a Fulcrum Fellow: Application window for the 2022-2023 cohort is open (Center for Community Investment)

Overdue education plan frustrates New Mexico tribal leaders (Indian Country Today) 1/6/22

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

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