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Students American Indian College Fund

American Indian College Fund.

Since the beginning of this initative, "the number of tribal colleges and universities has grown to 32, located in 11 states and serving more than 250 American Indian Nations from every geographic region in the United States."


A Young Native American Man Looks Closely at Field Grasses American Indian Higher Education Consortium

American Indian Higher Education Consortium.

Represents the thirty-four Tribal Colleges, most of which received land-grant status in 1994. Addresses issues of funding, leadership, development, and research in support of Native American higher education.


Stack of books National Indian Education Association

National Indian Education Association.

"An organization committed to increasing educational opportunities and resources for American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students while protecting our cultural and linguistic traditions."


Two Men Discuss Sustainability Issues Native Education Directory, 2002: Organizations and Resources for Educators of Native Americans (PDF | 1.75 MB)

ERIC Clearinghouse on Rural Education and Small Schools.; National Indian Education Association.

A listing of a vareity resources.


Indian Pow Wow dancing Journal of American Indian Education

Arizona State University. College of Education. Center for Indian Education.

"The Journal of American Indian Education is a professional journal that publishes papers directly related to the education of American Indian/Alaska Natives."