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Reading and the Native American Learner. Research Report

Intended as a resource for mainstream teachers, this document summarizes current research on effective ways for teachers to meet the educational needs of American Indian students in public schools. The first section discusses the history of U.S. governmental intervention in American Indian education, which influences how some American Indians view schools today. The second section examines current research and theory concerning Indian students' relatively low academic success.

  • Author/Creator: St. Charles, Joe, Costantino, Magda Corp Author Washington Office of the State Superintendent of Public Instruction Olympia Office of Indian Education
  • Date Published: 06-00
  • Year: 2000

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