Tribal Education Code Can Remove Barriers to Learning

May 15th, 1998 | By | Category: 9-4: Pre- K-12 Education, Features
By Cheryl Crazy Bull and Sherry Red Owl

A Tribal Code of Education is widely recognized as an act of a sovereign nation, developed and implemented by a tribal government under the authority granted by its tribal constitution. Throughout Indian Country, tribes aim their education codes primarily at K-12 education, but their interest in pre-school and college level issues is increasing. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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