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$11 Billion Could Change Education and Life on the Reservation
After years of lagging infrastructure and decades of broken promises, Indian country is set to receive potentially lifechanging funding: $11 billion to improve broadband, transportation, water and electricity access.
September 1, 2021
Diné College Librarians Granted Faculty Status
Diné College librarians have been granted faculty status, a first for Tribal Colleges and Universities.
August 24, 2021
Tribal College ‘Beats the Odds’ to Find Academic Success
In 2011, the college awarded 204 diplomas and certificates, 155 in 2010 and 133 in 2009.
November 29, 2011
Obama Administration Jobs Plan Has Higher Education Funds
Community and tribal colleges would receive $5 billion for construction projects under President Obama’s new jobs plan, which also could shore up state education budgets and provide post-secondary job training opportunities.
September 11, 2011
A Tribal College’s Bold Approach to Launching Public School Academies, Charter Schools
Established throughout Michigan by the Bay Mills Community College, public school academies preserve Native culture and language with commitment to increasing student achievement.
June 30, 2011
Kellogg Foundation Pursues College Access Agenda
Tribal colleges and Hispanic-serving institutions are among beneficiaries of the foundation’s diversity-related efforts in U.S. higher education.
June 29, 2011
UNCF Green Building Institute Focuses on Helping Schools Find Funds, Save on Costs
Obama administration officials and environmental and finance experts advised at the UNCF Building Green Learning Institute on how UNCF campuses can enhance sustainability measures within buildings while saving on costs.
June 19, 2011
Oklahoma Gaming Proving Profitable for Tribal Higher Education
Legalizing American Indian gaming 10 years ago has brought about a cash windfall for Oklahoma’s tribal colleges, even if it is indirect.
April 28, 2011
Online Course Helping American Indian Leaders Improve Tribal Governance
A new online course is giving tribal nations the information they need to take control of their own governments.
April 10, 2011
Native Americans Combat the Suicide Spirit
Tribal colleges are at the forefront of communitywide efforts to combat suicide with culturally relevant methods.
December 9, 2010
Minority-Serving Schools Gain Victory in Science Consolidation Battle
A U.S. Senate panel has rejected White House plans to consolidate federal science programs for minority-serving colleges and universities, noting that these postsecondary institutions reap significant gains under the existing system.
July 27, 2010
Advocates Question Whether Administration’s Proposals Will Leave Minority Institutions Behind
Plans by the Obama administration to consolidate dozens of education, science and community-development programs of interest to communities of color continue to draw concerns from the president’s allies and adversaries alike.
May 26, 2010
House Panel Votes To Block NSF Funding Shift
A House of Representatives panel on Wednesday dealt a blow to the Obama administration’s plan to consolidate federal science programs for minority-serving institutions into a single entity with broader competition.
April 29, 2010
Forum: Minority-serving Campuses Urged to Tout Their Success
The Obama administration’s top official for federal initiatives with historically Black schools on Thursday urged MSI leaders to focus on telling policymakers about their record of achievement.
April 22, 2010
Climate Change-Themed STEM Curriculum Developed for Tribal Colleges
An AIHEC partnership helps tribal colleges build capacity to sustain science and technology education and research programs.
March 28, 2010
Obama Proposal Seeks to Consolidate Minority Undergraduate STEM Programs
Weighing a new approach for assisting minority college students in the sciences, the Obama administration has proposed the National Science Foundation consolidate major initiatives that target specific racial and ethnic groups for participation in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) disciplines into a single program.
March 10, 2010
Tribal College Educator Raises America’s Multiethnic Profile
Muckleshoot Tribal College education resource coordinator Louie Gong leads nonprofit organization MAVIN, which builds pathways to healthier communities by celebrating the mixed-heritage experience.
January 6, 2010
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AWASH IN WISDOM
Tribal colleges employ elders to impart a higher level of learning that cannot be found in traditional classrooms and textbooks.
November 25, 2009
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Report: Test-Optional Trends in Pandemic Year for College Admissions
Common App found a dramatic drop this past year in those who sent admissions offices scores.
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