American Indian Administrator Preparation: A program analysis

Nov 15th, 1995 | By | Category: 7-3: Investing, Features
By Ed Mills and Lowell Amiotte

This paper is intended to discuss the shortage of qualified Native Americans available to serve as educational leaders for Indian schools and a proposed solution. Institutions for higher education in South Dakota have joined together to plan and implement a program to address the problem by developing a cohort group of Native Americans to become school principals. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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