Dine College Struggles to Synthesize Navajo and Western Knowledge

Aug 15th, 1997 | By | Category: 9-2: Re-envisioning Indian Education, Features
By Paul Willeto

Since its establishment in 1968, Navajo Community College (now Dine College) has pursued its mandate to synthesize Navajo and Western knowledge so that its students will survive in the dominant society while maintaining their heritage. This mission has presented a tremendous challenge for the past, present, and future leaders of the college who try to combine the two worldviews in one institution. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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