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Little Priest Tribal College (LPTC) celebrated its 25th anniversary of dedicated service to the educational needs of students hailing from both the Winnebago, Nebraska community and beyond since its inception in 1996. The event was commemorated on Friday, Sept. 15, 2023.

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The Department of the Interior announced nearly $3.5 million in 2023 Indian Youth Service Corps (IYSC) grants to eight projects involving more than 20 Tribes and Tribal organizations. 
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Joined by tribal officials, educators, and students, Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby on Friday, September 8, led groundbreaking ceremonies for a project which will expand vital childcare services in the tribal community.

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The Native American Youth Language Fair, a long-running program designed to keep Indigenous language alive through Native American youth, has received a $20,000 grant from the Oklahoma City Community Foundation.
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Students in Santa Barbara County schools in California will have additional technology to use thanks to the Santa Ynez Band of Chumash Indians Foundation, which donated $72,000 to six area schools that applied for grants through its Technology in Schools Program for the 2023-24 school year. 

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As students are preparing to head back to school, teachers have been preparing their classrooms for the upcoming year by decorating, supplying, and writing lesson plans.

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The focus of tribal colleges’ work is to seek connections between the cultures and heritage of the Indigenous communities they serve and mainstream education curricula.

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All Michigan public school districts and charter schools will be required to collect tribal affiliation data from students and staff, starting in the 2024 - 2025 academic year. Three million dollars is being set aside to make sure that schools are equipped to do this.

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The new standards approved by the Florida Board of Education on race should be taught in the state’s public schools has received criticism from educators and civil rights groups, including the National Congress of American Indians (NCAI).

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More than 170 educators and administrators met July 9-11 at Fort Lewis College to work with Native American students in the Four Corners states. The group discussed the best practices around computer science education for Native American educators and Native American students grades K-12.