21-2 Winter 2009 – “K-12 Education” Table of ContentsNov 15th, 2009 | By tcj | Category: 21-2: K-12 Education, Winter 2009, Archives
Never Too Young to Learn – At tribal colleges nationwide, educators set their sights on children
By Patty Talahongva (Hopi/Tewa). Colleges entice younger children to elevate their dreams through dual credits, entrepreneurship camps, enrichment programs, field trips, and internships.
Magna Carta for Community – Bay Mills charters schools throughout Michigan
By Jerry Reynolds.
A tribal college wants to prove that charter schools can address the cross-generational trauma caused by the country’s educational system.
Firing Up White Clay: Immersion school students encouraged to return, give back
By Kurt Umbhau. To save the White Clay language, Fort Belknap College has created an immersion school for the tribe’s young students.
‘Speak from Your Heart’ – Students grow at AIHEC leadership training
By LaVinia Pauline Snowball (Winnebago), photos by Allison Steinmeyer (Comanche).
In this photo essay, two officers of the AIHEC Student Congress report on leadership.
Dear Readers: Accountability Commitment Aids Equity Fight
By Carrie Billy
Profile: Student President Committed to Understanding, Honesty
By Allison Paige Steinmeyer
Talking Circle: Why NDNs Write
By Mary Henson
Voices: Beyond Beauty, Reservations Hold Promise of Economic Sustainability
By David W. Bland
Editor’s Essay: New TCJ Editor Thinks Outside the Checkbox
By Kurt Umbhau
Guest Essay: Tribal Colleges Tackle Education for All
By Marjane Ambler