2014 Education News Stories

Native youth education in state of emergency (EdSource) 12/9/14

SU law grad earns first-ever federal Indian Country fellowship (Seattle University) 12/5/14

Colorado River Tribes sue Interior, BLM to stop Blythe Solar Project (Indian Country Today) 12/10/14

6 tribes receive funds to take control of BIE-funded dchools (Indian Country Today) 10/26/14

Interior announces $1.2 million to be awarded to tribes to take control, operate their bureau of Indian Education-Funded Schools (TEDNA) 10/23/14

Law school is recognized for 'unique' Native Hawaiian program (Kaleo) 10/7/14

MacArthur Awards go to 21 diverse fellows (New York Times) 9/17/14

New battle in turf war over Native Education (Indian Country Today) 9/5/14

Teaching the whole child: Language immersion and student achievement (Indian Country Today) 9/1/14

Federal officials say Native American school in Minnesota needs help (WDIO) 8/19/14

Is racism hindering native student achievement? (Indian Country Today) 7/1/14

Cultural genocide veiled as education (Indian Country Today) 6/22/14

Historic changes to revive Indian education (MSNBC) 6/13/14

Plan to reshape Indian education stirs opposition (Education Week) 6/12/14

Walsh Introduces bill to recruit, retain American Indian teachers (U.S. Senate) 6/9/14

Feds look at Natives in public schools (Indian Country Today) 6/3/14

Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee education hearing (Indianz.com) 5/21/14

6 boarding school laws still on the books (Indian Country Today) 4/30/14

$2.5M granted for Head Start on reservations (Washington Times) 4/30/14

No in-state tuition breaks for tribes with historic ties to Colo. (Durango Herald) 4/29/14

Committee reviews challenges and opportunities for Native children in public schools (Char-Koosta News) 4/17/14

Udall among Senators calling for the restoration of Impact Aid program (Indian Country Today) 4/11/14

Interior announces first transfer to Cobell education fund for Native students (Indian Country Today) 4/6/14

Data shows disparities in education of Native American children (Indianz.com) 3/21/14

Cherokees gives $100K to local school districts (Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise) 2/26/14

Wayne Law professor awarded $250,000 National Science Foundation research grant (Wayne State University) 2/25/14

New Indian Affairs chairman says education, job development key to helping Native Americans (Daily Reporter) 2/19/14

Educators at rural school suspected of targeting Native American students for harassment (Alternet) 2/15/14

College of Muscogee Nation gets federal funding (Indian Country Today) 2/13/14

DOJ hearing: We are failing the children on Indian Country (Al Jazeera America) 2/12/14

Bill offers tuition break for tribes (Durango Herald) 2/5/14

Lawsuit claims some schools hostile to Native American students (Mint Press News) 1/14/14

White Earth Nation makes great progress in building stronger early childhood systems (Administration for Children & Families) 1/7/14


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