The Wisconsin Indian Education Association’s July Newsletter Now Available Online!


Topics within the July newsletter include:

  • Message from the President
  • University of Wisconsin’s Tribal Technology Institute Outreach Brings Opportunity to Rural Students
  • St. Croix Youth Film Interns Travel to Lac du Flambeau
  • Community Pulls Together to Help Bad River Flood Victims
  • American Indian Science Scholar Program (AISSP)
  • 20th Annual Wisconsin American Indian Studies Program
  • Native American Contractors Association
  • 48th Algonquian Conference (2016)
  • Early Learning Career Pathways Initiative: Credentialing in the Early Care and Education Field
  • 3rd Annual Act 31 Celebration: 27 Years of  Wisconsin Act 31

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Save the Date for The Act 31 Celebration August 18th in Lac Courte Oreilles!

Act 31

Wisconsin Act 31 or American Indian Studies, refers to the requirement that all public school districts in the state provide instruction in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of Wisconsin’s American Indian nations and tribal communities.  Join the Wisconsin Indian Education Association in celebrating triumphs, challenges and the promise of a better tomorrow, one inclusive of American Indians and of all people!

For more information on Wisconsin Act 31 visit: or