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Tribal-State Partnerships: Cooperating to Improve Indian Education
By the Native American Rights Fund
This document is included in the conference materials for A compilation of papers on tribal-state partnerships : models of cooperation in government : National Congress of American Indians, 2000 midyear session, Juneau, Alaska, June 26-28, 2000.
Contents: 1. The mutual interest: tribal students. 2. The jurisdiction questions: tribes and states. 3. Collaborative efforts: processes and results (A. Processes. B. Results: 1. Cooperative agreements for education funding, data, and services; 2. Co-governance in truancy, Impact Aid funding, JOM [Johnson O'Malley Act] programs, and schools; 3. Other interactions in school governance and curriculum). 4. Sustainability: the future. Conclusion.