Historic Diné School Accountability Plan approved WASHINGTON—Today, U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell and U.S. Department of Education Secretary John King finalized the historic Diné School Accountability Plan for 60 Bureau of Indian Education-funded schools on the Navajo Nation before Navajo Nation leadership including President Russell Begaye, Vice …Read More »
HOLRBOOK, Ariz. — The online editor of www.Indian-Ed.com, a veteran educator and media/marketing consultant George Joe of Dilkon has been appointed to fill the Navajo County Community College District (NCCCD) District 2 seat left vacant by the June death of Governing Board member Prescott Winslow. Joe was appointed to serve …Read More »
INDIAN-ED.COM congratulates all graduates across Indian Country this past year: Headstart, Junior High (Mid School), High School, Junior College, Vocational/Trade Schools, College/University, Law, and Medical. Be safe. Good luck. And remember who you are doing it all for. Thank you.
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Jordan Johnson, 21, graduated from New York University on Thursday May 19 and will be attending Harvard for grad school. She was selected by a faculty committee to receive the Departmental Banner Bearers award. During her years at NYU she was a member of the Alpha Sigma Tau, serving …Read More »
The following is blunt advice, but good advice from a First Nation’s leader. Clarence Louie offered this advice at a recent event to youth. The advice is good for everyone, not just Native youth. The advice on tabloid news publications laying around in some homes, is good. Please read. Read …Read More »
Navajo Technical University to confer first master’s degree CROWNPOINT, NM – Three years after gaining approval to offer a master’s degree, Navajo Technical University (NTU) will confer its first graduate degree on May 13, 2016 when Perry R. James of Continental Divide, NM receives a Master of Arts degree in …Read More »
Window Rock, AZ. — The Navajo Nation Board of Education convened April 27 and 28 to take action on the reauthorization of 13 Navajo schools. The NBOE has previously taken action on several other Navajo schools, but limiting the time to two years so the tribe can get the Accountability …Read More »