Now Available! September 2016 Midwest Comprehensive Center American Indian Education Newsletter!

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The September issue of the Midwest Comprehensive Center American Indian Education Newsletter is packed with news, events, resources and research. Some of the topics within the newsletter include:

  • Montana State University hosts Immersion Programs Conference to support statewide efforts to revitalize endangered indigenous languages.
  • Performance of Native students in Bureau of Indian Education schools and public school systems runs counter to national improvement trends in graduation rates and test scores for other groups.
  • 2016 National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Convention and Trade Show
  • La Cosecha 2016—21st Annual Dual Language Conference
  • West Comprehensive Center. (2015). Promising education interventions to improve the achievement of Native American students: An annotated bibliography.

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The Midwest Comprehensive Center (MWCC), with partner Bowman Performance Consulting, launched a monthly newsletter to support their work in American Indian Education (AIE). The newsletter features news, upcoming events, and resources relevant for state education staff working on AIE programs. MWCC is currently providing technical assistance around AIE to the Minnesota and Wisconsin state education agencies.

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March 2016: Midwest Comprehensive Center American Indian Education Newsletter

Midwest Comprehensive Center American Indian Education Newsletter: March 2016

usa-map-midwestBPC is happy and honored to collaborate with the Midwest Comprehensive Center to create this newsletter that aims to support and inform those interested in American Indian education. This month’s newsletter reaches back a little further to some resources and research that came out in 2015. Our intent is to keep the content of the newsletter current to within the last few months, but we are making an exception to include some pieces from 2015 that we felt might be of particular interest to state education agency staff.

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