Resources by Topic | Tribal Education
Related NARF materials
Index of current NARF cases (see the section called "Indian Education")
U.S. Education Secretary Duncan Announces Pilot Program to Increase State-Tribal Collaboration (May 30, 2012). The STEP pilot program application is available at www.grants.gov (search for CFDA number 84.415) and will be due on July 13, 2012.
Tribal-State Partnerships: Cooperating to Improve Indian Education - (Native American Rights Fund). A paper prepared for the National Congress of American Indians. (Also referenced above in the Basic Guides to Indian Law section.)
Tribal Education Departments National Assembly - "TEDNA is a membership organization for the education departments of American Indian and Alaska Native tribes" [From the web site.] This web site provides information about the activities and purpose of this new organization and provides access to reports, statistics, articles and laws relating to tribal education.
Statistics about education - (TEDNA) - Includes links to various statistical reports from the U.S. Census Bureau and the National Center for Education Statistics, among other organizations.
American Indian & Alaska Native Education Research / IndianEduResearch.net - (U.S. Department of Education, Office of Indian Education and ERIC [Educational Resources Information Center]). Numerous ERIC digests, tools, reports and papers, and bibliographies about Indian education. Use the Internet Archive to access this resource.
Language and Diversity Program, Native Education Program - (Southwest Educational Development Laboratory). Resources and program profiles. National Indian Education Association - Surveys, research, and links.
National Alliance to Save Native Languages - "The National Alliance to Save Native Languages was founded in October of 2006 for the exclusive purpose of promoting the revitalization of Native Languages. The Alliance is comprised of a coalition of stakeholders including tribes, schools, and individuals, regional and national organizations" [from the web site]. Use this site to find information about language preservation programs, legislation and more.
Nihewan Foundation for Native American Education - "... a small private non-profit foundation dedicated improving the education of and about Native American people and cultures. Nihewans focus is to help Native American students to participate in learning, while also helping people of all backgrounds learn about Native American culture." [From the web site.]
Indian Country Today's Education: your guide to higher learning in Indian Country. Canastota, NY: Four Directions Media. *Information about internships, scholarships, FAFSA, and more. The most recent copy at the library is 2008-2009. (Library catalog record)