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• • Indian education awaiting federal primetime (Indian Country Today) 12/28/09

• • Reservation school to replace its 60-year-old building (Rapid City Journal) 11/30/09

• • MSU adds online Native American studies courses (Missoulian) 11/17/09

• • Navajo Ed Board to target truancy (Gallup Independent) 11/15/09

• • Needs being met (Minot Daily News) 11/13/09

• • Ho-Chunk charter school eyes enrollment expansion (Wisconsin Rapids Daily Tribune) 11/13/09

• • Two women from the Shinnecock Indian Nation go to Washington, D.C., to discuss education (Southampton News) 11/11/09

• • Tribal leaders gather for the 40th Anniversary of the Kennedy Report on Indian Education reception held November 3 (MHA Nation) 11/10/09

• • Education rights for American Indian children need protecting (Midwest Voices) 11/1/09

• • USD and Crazy Horse an optimum partnership (Argus Leader) 10/30/09

• • Proposed tuition hike at Haskell draws fire (Wichita Eagle) 10/24/09

• • American Indians attending UA up for sixth year (Arizona Daily Star) 10/22/09

• • Oglala Lakota College registers record enrollment (Rapid City Journal) 10/6/09

• • Number of American Indian profs doubles — from one to two (Yale Daily News) 9/23/09

• • Sisseton Wahpeton College gets $220,000 from USDA (KSFY) 9/20/09

• • U. of Tulsa, Choctaw Nation form partnership (Cherokee Phoenix) 9/16/09

• • Brewer, Shirley sign Diné College compact (Navajo-Hopi Observer) 9/15/09

• • HUD awards $7M to tribal and Native colleges (Indianz.com) 9/14/09

• • Assistant Secretary Echo Hawk to attend ceremonial groundbreaking for ARRA-funded replacement project at historic Rough Rock Community School (U.S. Department of the Interior) 9/11/09

• • Tribe opens doors to new, expansive school (Auburn Reporter) 9/10/09

• • University of Tulsa Native American Law Center (Native American Times) 9/10/09

• • Parents, tribe sue school district over new dress code (Argus Leader) 9/2/09

• • No longer interim, Larry Anderson now president of FDLTCC (FOX 21 News) 9/9/09

• • Osage college grants in doubt (Tulsa World) 9/3/09

• • Alamo Navajo school gets $197,000 (Albuquerque Journal) 8/19/09

• • Speed networking to rapidly expand law students´ professional connections (Los Angeles Chronicle) 8/20/09

• • Native Americans enroll in record numbers at med school (The New Mexico Daily Lobo) 8/18/09

• • Learning through the lens: tribal children explore their world (National Public Radio) 8/6/09

'• • We need to overcome': School district sees spike in Native American graduates (Rapid City Journal) 8/4/09

• • NM med school says Native American enrollment up (Associated Press) 7/22/09

• • Native language summer schools growing (KXMB 12) 7/5/09

• • Colleges receive grant for Indian education (Indianz.com) 6/18/09

• • Henry vetoes tribal charter schools bill (Tulsa World) 5/14/09

• • Good step by schools, ACLU (Crescent City Daily Triplicate) 5/13/09

• • Tribe's children reaching for stars like never before (Asheville Citizen-Times) 5/8/09

• • Fatherhood, coaching — and a long-awaited degree (Lawrence Journal-World) 5/7/09

• • Right steps taken by Del Norte district (Times-Standard) 5/6/09

• • Flandreau Indian school gets $23M stimulus (KSFY) 5/1/09

• • Native financial education policy briefing in DC (Indianz.com) 4/28/09

• • A course of action (University of Maryland Diamondback) 4/23/09

• • Johanns wants more resources for tribal colleges (Lincoln Journal Star) 4/22/09

• • Senecas plan to establish independent school (Buffalo News) 4/20/09

• • Potawatomi offers Cherokees scholarship (Cherokee Phoenix) 4/11/09

• • Tutors work to boost Native students (Anchorage Daily News) 4/10/09

• • Coca Cola, Inc. and American Indian College Fund honor 46 Coca-Cola first generation scholarship winners (American Indian College Fund) 4/7/09

• • Prayers, well-wishers greet new Diné education head (Gallup Independent) 4/7/09

• • Fort Lewis college studies retention, success of American Indian women (Daily Times) 3/24/09

• • Tribe gives tag revenue to schools (Tulsa World) 3/24/09

• • Tribal college gaining ground (Tulsa World) 3/23/09

• • UTTC finally a part of federal budget (Indianz.com) 3/19/09

• • Native American law scholarships available in Ca. (Native American Law Blog) 3/11/09

• • Sherman Indian School asked help from Riverside Unified (Press-Enterprise) 3/9/09

• • New Bureau of Indian Education career appointees (Indian Country Today) 3/6/09

• • American Indian language bill heard by education committee (Minot Daily News) 3/5/09

• • Dozens of Indian students honored (Daily Triplicate) 3/4/09

• • Obama's budget funds United Tribes Technical College (Indianz.com) 2/27/09

• • Shiprock Chapter stands opposed to CCSD school consolidation proposal (Farmington Daily Times) 2/24/09

• • Crow leader saw tribe's future in education (Billings Gazette) 2/19/09

• • NW Indian College to grant 1st 4-year degrees (Bellingham Herald) 2/17/09

• • Woman researches how college is experienced by Indian students (Casper Star-Tribune) 2/16/09

• • University works hard to retain Indian students (Golden Triangle News) 2/4/09

• • Gonzaga U. launches federal Indian law program (Indian Country Today) 2/4/09

• • Reservations, state should adopt KIPP (Grand Forks Herald) 1/25/09

• • San Manuel donates $150,000 to CHC Foundation (Yucaipa News Mirror) 1/20/09

• • Indian lawmakers: Peregoy stresses importance of education (Missoulian) 1/20/09

• • Group aims to boost Native American graduation rate (Yuma Sun) 1/12/09

• • Tribal colleges’ top priority for Obama: ‘Full and forward funding’ (Diverse) 1/12/09

• • ‘New day' for Natives, education: Juneau takes helm as superintendent of public education (Missoulian) 1/6/09

 

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