Focusing on the Assets of Native American Students is a three part series appearing in my Ed Week Teacher column.
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Here’s what I have so far:
Culturally Responsive Instruction for Native American Students is an interactive video series from WestEd.
‘I Feel Invisible’: Native Students Languish in Public Schools is from The NY Times.
We’re Still Here – Why Aren’t You Teaching To or About Us? is by Susan C. Faircloth, Ph.D.
Creating a More Welcoming and Culturally Responsive School Community to Engage American Indian and Alaska Native Families is a three-part series by Mandy Smoker Broaddus.
Here’s the Truth About Why There Are So Few Native American Teachers by Jennifer Jilot.
Why Aren’t We Talking About Native American Students? is from Ed Week.
‘Listen to Native People’: What K-12 Curricula Leave Out (Q&A) is from Ed Week.
The Schools That Tried—But Failed—to Make Native Americans Obsolete is from The Atlantic.
“A staggering 87 percent of references to American Indians in all 50 states’ academic standards portray them in a pre-1900 context.” (Read more here: https://t.co/Aaz9sLjJE7
— Ō’m”kaistaaw”kaa•kii (@mariahgladstone) April 17, 2019
OPINION: Culture-based education — a path to healing for Native youth? is from The Hechinger Report.
STUDENT VOICE: “Colleges and universities need to remove barriers that prevent Native students from thriving in college” is from The Hechinger Report.
Education for Native Youth Is a Work in Progress is from Voice Of America.
California tribal colleges offer ‘sense of belonging’ for Native students is from High Country News.
Investigation finds burial sites at 53 federal Indian boarding schools is from The Washington Post.
‘12 years of hell’: Indian boarding school survivors share their stories is from The Washington Post.
Over more than a century, hundreds of thousands of Native American children were sent to boarding school — many forcibly removed from their families. They endured abuse, malnourishment and manual labor. At least hundreds died. https://t.co/8Cdm4uN4N9
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 1, 2023
Borders Within The US is a lesson plan from the Smithsonian on Indian Boarding Schools.