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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. 

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In a historic ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday decided colleges and universities cannot use race for consideration for admissions.

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The U.S. Department of Education announced last week more than $8 million in available grant funding across three key initiatives for Native Students.

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ALLENDALE, Mich. — I have served on the Native American Advisory Council at Grand Valley State University(GVSU) since its inception almost 20 years ago. Even after I founded Native News Online in 2011 I stayed on the Council in order to retain my connection to the local Native American community and hopefully to influence the success of Native American students attending the university. 

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Kristy Pahvahtyah, a teacher at Pueblo Gardens PreK-8 School in Tucson, Ariz., has been recognized with the Honored Transformative Teacher Award and a $5,000 prize. 
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The Center for Indigenous Health held a graduation ceremony for seven Indigenous scholars receiving advanced degrees from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health last month on May 27. 

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CHEROKEE, N.C. — When Dawn Arneach was a teenager in the ‘80s, she spent summers at her grandparents' house next to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Cherokee, home of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. Despite all the time she spent with her grandparents, Arneach had no clue that they were fluent Cherokee speakers until her grandfather fell seriously ill. She was surprised when she overheard him speaking fluently in Cherokee with a visitor. 

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High school graduate Lena’ Black, an enrolled member of the Otoe-Missouria Tribe and of Osage descent, filed a lawsuit on May 15 against the Broken Arrow School District for violating her rights to free exercise of religion and freedom of speech. 

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Little Priest Tribal College (LPTC), located in Winnebago, Nebraska, received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Equity for Excellence (EES) for science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM).

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RIVERSIDE, Calif. – The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians granted $2.7 million to the Sherman Indian High School in Riverside, California. The grant is part of the tribe’s ongoing commitment to support the school’s comprehensive career technical education program.