American Indian/Minority Achivement report to the Montana Legislature by Ellen Swaney

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Published by American Indian/Minority Achievement, Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education, Montana University Systems in Helena, Mont .

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  • Education,
  • Indians of North America

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Statementprepared by Ellen Swaney
ContributionsMontana. Office of the Commissioner of Higher Education. American Indian/Minority Achievement
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (various pagings) :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25312211M

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TV News. Top. American Indians have a permanent place in the history, politics, culture, and economic development of the western states. In Montana, Indians from at least a dozen tribal groups compose the state's largest and fastest growing ethnic minority.

Only Arizona and New Mexico contain more reservations than Montana’s Size: 3MB. Montana University System American Indian and Minority Achievement Council Mission Statement The Montana University System strives to be a premier public higher education system in the country for American Indian students, administrators, faculty and staff.

Every Montana University system institution will do everything it can to remove barriers. The Montana Indian Education For All Act, the first of its kind in the country, may be setting an audacious national precedent for America's primary and secondary schools.

The law requires all Montana schools to include curricula about the history, culture and contemporary status. Overview (Demographics): This racial group includes people having origins in any of the original peoples of North, South America, and Central America, who maintain tribal affiliation or community ofthere were an estimated million people who were classified as American Indian and Alaska Native alone or in combination with one or more other races.

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