Indian Education in Montana


Save the Date May 3-5, 2020: Fourteenth Annual Indian Education for All Best Practices-Billings, MT

Best Practices Presentation Proposal                Advocacy Award Nominations 

                                            Preliminary Agenda                                               REGISTER for Best Practices Conference

 

 

         

 

Montana’s constitutional requirement and duly enacted policy require recognition of the distinct and unique cultural heritage of American Indians and a commitment in our educational goals to  preserve their cultural heritage. Every Montanan, whether Indian or non-Indian, should be encouraged to learn about the distinct and unique heritage of American Indians in a culturally responsive manner. The OPI Indian Education for All (IEFA) Unit works with districts, tribes, and other entities to ensure all schools have the knowledge, tools and resources necessary to honor the IEFA requirement and integrate it into their teaching materials and methods. 

 

Meet the Team & Access IEFA Resources

 

 

Working closely with Indian Education for All staff, we support schools in closing the achievement gap for American Indian students. We provide funding opportunities, and technical support and assistance that is unique to Montana and its American Indian Students. 

Meet the Indian Student Achievement & Access Resources

 

Little Shell Tribe gains federal recognition December 20, 2019
 

 

 

Administrative support for both the Indian Educaton for All & Indian Student Achievement units is provided by: Joan Franke, Administrative Assistant, 406-444-3694