NARF Staff Attorney Melody McCoy to present at MSU Indigenous Law Conference
Categories: Indian Education
This week, NARF Staff Attorney Melody McCoy will present at Michigan State University College of Law’s 11th Annual Indigenous Law Conference. The theme for the 2014 conference is “Dismantling Barriers in American Indian Education.”
NARF was instrumental in the creation of the Tribal Education Departments National Assembly (TEDNA), and Melody will be presenting on tribal education agencies in federal, tribal, and state law. Her conference materials and PowerPoint presentation are available from the TEDNA website. You also can see Melody’s previous work in the NARF publication, Tribalizing Indian Education Series. Finally, to learn more about the conference, visit the Michigan State website.