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Native American Schools Move into the New Millennium
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Educational Leadership Volume 56, Number 7, ISSN 0013-1784

Abstract

The Four Directions Challenge in Technology Project is a collaborative of schools, universities, and organizations engaged in producing culturally resonant curricula for Native-American students. The project avoids content and strategies conflicting with community values; builds on students' background knowledge; and inspires cultural confidence by teaching cultural history, stories, and values. (MLH)

Citation

Allen, N., Christal, M., Perrot, D., Wilson, C., Grote, B. & Earley, M.A. (1999). Native American Schools Move into the New Millennium. Educational Leadership, 56(7), 71-74. Retrieved December 10, 2019 from .

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