Native American Students Define Factors for Success

Feb 15th, 1996 | By | Category: 7-4: Wildlife Management, Research
By Terri L. Wenzlaff and Anne Biewer

The authors consider some possible reasons why Native American students at a predominately white university have been successful students.They describe how Native American students, who are participants in a Native American Secondary Teacher Education Program, have learned to accommodate their cultural needs within a Caucasian higher education institution. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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