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- Where can I find information on the Internet to help me with resources and curriculum development for including Indian Education for All in my classes?
There are several websites available online that may provide the answers you are looking for. A good place to start is do a search on Google. Go to http://www.google.com and type in the name of the tribe. Some other websites to consider: Resources for Indian Education for All The Billings School ...
- What is the relationship between tribes and the states?
Given that the United States and tribes have a sovereign government to sovereign government relationship; states do not have any power over tribes within their territories, and vice-versa. The U.S. Constitution vests authority over American Indian affairs in the federal government and therefore, ...
- Need endorsement to teach Indian Education?
Fellow teachers and I have "heard" that for the 06-07 school year or the 07-08 year that ALL teachers will need to be certified in teaching Indian Education. Is this true? Will we need to have a certain certificate saying this, or will we (Elementary Teachers) only need our current teaching lice ...
- What is the relationship between the United States and the Tribes?
The relationship between the tribes and the United States is one of a sovereign government to another sovereign government. This principle has shaped the entire history of dealings between the federal government, the states, and the tribes. The United States government entered into treaties wit ...
- I need to locate a list of the Montana High Schools and mascots. I'm particularly interested in the use of Native American mascots.
The information about high school mascots is listed in the Montana High School Directory published annually by the Montana High School Association. The directory is sent to every school. You might want to check at MSU's library for the directory. The directory is also available for purchase from ...
- How many reservations are in Montana?
There are seven Indian reservations in Montana; Fort Peck, Fort Belknap, Rocky Boy, Blackfeet, Flathead, Crow and Northern Cheyenne. There is also one landless tribe, the Little Shell Chippewa.
- Do teachers need to be "certified" in Indian Education?
Fellow teachers and I have "heard" that for the 06-07 school year or the 07-08 year that ALL teachers will need to be certified in teaching Indian Education. Is this true? Will we need to have a certain certificate saying this, or will we (Elementary Teachers) only need our current certificates ...
- American Indian - Definition
Legally and politically, an American Indian is a member of a tribe. Each tribe creates its own membership requirements to determine whether an individual is eligible for enrollment in that tribe. Membership criteria varies from a certain degree of American Indian/tribal blood quantum to communit ...
- Should Indian Education for All be integrated in all subject areas at all grade levels by all teachers?
Yes. Indian history and contemporary issues should be integrated into all content areas at every grade level. Montana has a long history of Indian Education for All. In 1972, Montana established in Article X, Section 1(2), of the Montana Constitution that: "The State recognizes the distinct and ...
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