An Act of Sovereignty: Governing Tribal Higher Education

May 2nd, 2015 | By | Category: 26-4: Tribal College Governance, Features
By Cheryl Crazy Bull, Cynthia Lindquist, and David M. Gipp

Governance at tribal colleges and universities differs from that at mainstream institutions. Although regional accreditation requirements necessitate the implementation of some Western standards, TCUs have forged their own leadership models that make their governance an act of sovereignty. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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