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Richard Littlebear: Montana takes the lead in Indian education (07/18)
Despite uneasy relationship with Native people, Montana has initiated some true innovations in the area of education.

Judge hears dispute over fate of residential school documents (07/17)
Residential school survivors submitted information about abuse they suffered.

Blackfeet Nation basketball standout joins Washington college (07/17)
Braylee Stone said she was influenced by her mother and other women players on the reservation.

APM: Native Nations Institute surveying off-reservation youth (07/16)
The Native Nations Institute is conducting an online survey of Native youth who live away from their communities.

Macleans: Educational reforms for Native children out of reach (07/16)
Maclean’s associate editor Tamsin McMahon explores some of the reasons why educational reforms on First Nations have been elusive.

Carla Mann: Johnson O'Malley needs an accurate student count (07/16)
An accurate student count is the first step in ensuring the survival of the Johnson O'Malley program.

Dine College on Navajo Nation to offer degree in tribal business (07/15)
Students are being accepted for the fall semester, with applications due July 18.

South Dakota celebrates start of filming for Dances with Wolves (07/10)
The award-winning film featured Lakota dialogue and a slew of Native actors.

Reform plan urges billions for Bureau of Indian Education schools (07/09)
School construction list hasn't been updated since 2004.

Ponca Tribe museum features headdress worn by Standing Bear (07/08)
The museum is inside a building that was constructed tribal members in 1936.

Teach for America expands focus on South Dakota reservations (07/08)
More Native teachers are working on reservation schools.

Michigan Tech News: Short film explores indigenous identities (07/07)
Kalvin Hartwig, a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians, is raising funds for a short film about indigenous identity.

Editorial: Oregon lawmaker keeps promise on Indian mascot law (07/01)
Newspaper praises Oregon lawmaker for helping pass Senate Bill 1509, which allows public schools to keep their mascots with tribal permission.

DOI puts another $2.9M from land sales into Cobell scholarships (07/01)
The late Elouise Cobell, the lead plaintiff in the lawsuit, insisted on a scholarship fund as part of the settlement.

Remains of 12,600-year-old Native toddler reburied in Montana (06/30)
Elders from Montana tribes help lay one of their ancient relatives to rest again.

ASU News: Tribal Nations Tour heads to San Carlos Reservation (06/27)
Students will learn more about culture and way of life on the reservation.

Blog: Questions about Bureau of Indian Education reform plans (06/27)
Writer doesn't think imposing more standardized tests and competitions on the Bureau of Indian Education is a great idea.

Nick Estes: Border town still has a problem with an honor song (06/25)
Nick Estes discusses the continued refusal of school officials in a border town to allow a Lakota honor song for high school graduates.

Gyasi Ross: Formal education is in the genes of our Native DNA (06/24)
Gyasi Ross offers some words of encouragement to Indian Country's Class of 2014.

Court to hear dispute over residential school documents in July (06/19)
Survivors submitted testimony and documents regarding abuse they suffered.

Audio from Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on two bills (06/18)
Bills would create and extend grant programs for Native languages.

Renee Holt: Planting the seeds of revolution with our education (06/18)
Renee Holt congratulates the Indian graduates of 2014 and urges them to continue their education.

Witness list for Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on bills (06/17)
Two Native language bills are on the agenda.

Opinion: New program brings Internet to Indian school students (06/16)
Sandy Motley of Alcatel-Lucent’s Wireless Business announces project to bring high-speed Internet to Indian students.

Secretary Jewell announces Bureau of Indian Education reform (06/16)
Plans call for a restructuring to improve student achievement and strengthen tribal sovereignty.

San Carlos Apache Tribe to establish college with ASU's help (06/12)
Tribal students on the reservation will be able to transfer to ASU.

Audio of Senate Indian Affairs Committee hearing on education (06/11)
Members focused a lot of time asking questions of witness from the Department of Education.

Witnesses: Senate Indian Affairs Committee education hearing (06/10)
The Senate Indian Affairs Committee continues its series on Indian education with an oversight hearing tomorrow.

Public school allows Indian graduates to wear eagle feathers (06/06)
A record eight Indian students graduated last night.

Indian museum in Oklahoma coming up with plan to raise $40M (06/06)
Facility remains unfinished despite years of work.

Senate Indian Affairs Committee schedule for month of June (06/05)
A business meeting, an oversight hearing on education, a legislative hearing and an oversight hearing on economic development are on tap.

Native Sun News: Churches played role in sale of Indian school (06/05)
The Rapid City churches played an integral role in the passage of the 1948 legislation authorizing the federal government to 'gift' the Indian school lands.

Editorial: Racist mascots don't belong in Maine's public schools (06/04)
Newspaper calls on schools in Maine to avoid using stereotypical images of Indians as mascots.

Comanche Nation counts fewer than 100 speakers of language (06/04)
Tribe hosts classes to pass on the language to new generations.

Native Sun News: Northern Cheyenne school still isn't finished (05/27)
It cost the Lame Deer Public Schools $20,480 to get a third party evaluation of its Elementary Construction project funded by Impact Aid Dollars, State Coal Board grants and District Funds.

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