1-2 Fall 1989 “Tribal Economic Development” Table of Contents

Aug 15th, 1989 | By | Category: 1-2: Tribal Economic Development, Archives

1-2 FALL 1989Features

Getting There From Here: Tribal Colleges and Reservation Economic Development
An agenda for action by Schuyler Houser TCJ PAID CONTENT

Women in the Workforce
Women on the Turtle Mountain Reservation play a critical role in economic development.
By Lise Erdrich TCJ PAID CONTENT

Business Wise
Building businesses builds communities.
By Lyn Dennis-Olson of Northwest Indian College TCJ PAID CONTENT

Plugging-ln
Information is essential for development, according to Eileen Iron Cloud and Paul Robertson. TCJ PAID CONTENT

Departments

Innovation: A Partnership for Education
Minnesota and Fond du Lac Reservation worked together to create one of the nation’s newest tribal colleges.
By Jack Briggs TCJ PAID CONTENT

Research: The Threshold of a New Era
The Carnegie Foundation has released a new report on tribal colleges.
By Paul Boyer TCJ PAID CONTENT

A Strategy for Excellence
Excerpts from the Carnegie Foundation’s recommendations TCJ PAID CONTENT

Tribal College News

ON THE COVER: Untitled illustration by Tyrone Eagle Feather, 22, a self-taught artist from the Rosebud Sioux Reservation of South Dakota. He is the nephew of Norbert Running, a medicine man on the reservation. Eagle Feather’s work frequently focuses on spiritual themes.

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