Yeah, increasingly the number of American Indian students are attending college & are they are alos increasing their graduation rates


Cheryl Crazy BullPresident’s Letter
Three years ago we set an aspirational goal to increase the number of American Indian students attending college, and increase their graduation rates. And now, with your support, we’ve made significant progress against our goal. Our students are finding their power, charting their destiny, and claiming their future! Their passion, combined with your support and our programs, has created a movement – one where our students are changing the world we live in. Read more to see how our students are claiming their future. 
MayaFinding her power.
Maya knows that the obstacles she experienced growing up do not define her as a person, but help shape how she will make an impact on the world. Her dedication and passion show the true power of an education.Read about Maya’s powerful journey. 
BreanneClaiming her future.
Breanne has come a long way – from living in her car with her children, to working on her graduate degree – with a goal of becoming a college president. Her story is that of persistence and hope. Read about Breanne’s inspirational journey.

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Be an advocate
Stand with Native students today by advocating for equal education. For more information on how you can make a change,visit our advocacy page.
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We’ve moved the national needle!
We’ve done it! As a direct result of your support, we’ve made huge progress toward our goal of increasing the number of Native students with a college degree. Two years ago the number of American Indians with a college degree was less than 13%, and now it has increased by 6%. Read more…

 

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About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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