“Indian Education For All” Needs Money and Curriculum Before It Hits Classrooms

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450 people gathered at the Native American Education Conference to celebrate the passing of a bill that mandates all Wyoming school’s to begin teaching the history and culture of the state’s tribes. Wyoming Department of Education’s Rob Black said, the Indian Education For All Act sailed through legislature on the first try. State Senator Cale Case, Northern Arapaho Chairman Roy Brown, and Eastern Shoshone Chairman Shakespeare discussed the benefits of the bill at the conference. Chairman Brown said he is in favor of the bill. "I think it is going to do wonders for our Native student’s identity to be able to see our history and who we are as a people being put in such importance as being taught in a classroom in schools off the reservation," said...

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