2023 Education News Stories

What one school’s fight to eliminate PFAS says about Indian Country’s ‘forever chemical’ problem (Grist) 8/14/2023

Native American students, educators have high hopes for bill mandating their history be taught in Illinois schools (Chicago Tribune) 7/26/2023

Ute Tribe members say their kids are being denied an effective education. The data backs them up. (Salt Lake Tribune) 7/17/2023

U.S. Supreme Court strikes down affirmative action: Native American education organizations react (Native News Online) 6/30/2023

DOE announces $8M for Native programs, language in schools (Native News Online) 6/26/2023

‘Alarming’ test scores and inaccurate histories: Tribal leaders call for action in Idaho classrooms (Idaho Education News) 6/6/2023

50 year fight for Native education leads to lawsuit against Montana Office of Public Instruction (KTVH) 5/5/2023

Bill would enforce constitutional mandate to teach students about Native American cultures (Montana Public Radio) 4/28/2023

School ages near toxic plumes as Nevada tribe calls for help (Elko Daily Free Press) 4/28/2023

Students and tribes will get to prove their allegations that state agencies are not abiding by constitutional and statutory Indian Education mandates (Char-Koosta News) 4/27/2023

Judge denies state's effort to dismiss Indian education lawsuit (KRTV) 4/24/2023

Montana judge upholds suit over Native education requirement (Turtle Island News) 4/5/2023

Tlingit and Haida selected for Alaska’s tribal school program (KTOO) 3/24/2023

Montana bill would strengthen law requiring Indigenous education (Indian Country Today) 3/1/2023

Native-oriented education bills killed in Senate committee (South Dakota Public Broadcasting) 2/9/2023

Native leaders say tribal education trust fund would be game changer (New Mexico In Depth) 1/17/2023

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