Oct 29 2020

Introduction to Native American Education

Grantmakers for Education

Virtual

October 29, 2020

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This 1.5 hour introduction to Native American Education will provide an overview of Native education across time that includes traditional education to disruption; colonized education (e.g., boarding schools) to an era of self-determined education. Educational purposes, strategies, outcomes and additional resources will be shared. This webinar is intended to provide a critical introduction as grantmakers consider their individual, organizational, and collective Grantmakers for Education role as allies in support of increasing opportunities for Native student success. Learn more and register here.

This event is intended for members and education grantmakers. There is no cost to attend this Grantmakers for Education program. Thank you to the Bush Foundation for sponsoring this program.

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