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Tribally Controlled School: Best Practices and Tools for Success. ROGER C. BORDEAUX, Ed. D. Wambdi Ob Mani = Walks With Eagles Wounspe Wawokiya Yuha Mani = Walks and Helps Others in Education. History of Tribal Schools Requirements to apply and maintain BIE Blueprint and re-organization

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Tribally Controlled School: Best Practices and Tools for Success

ROGER C. BORDEAUX, Ed. D.

Wambdi Ob Mani = Walks With Eagles

Wounspe Wawokiya Yuha Mani = Walks and Helps Others in Education

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History of Tribal Schools

Requirements to apply and maintain

BIE Blueprint and re-organization

Recommendations for Sovereignty

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History

BC

up to 1966 0

1966 1

1972 – IEA - Establishment grants 15

1975 – ISDEAA 60

1978 - 561

1988 – TCSA 125

2001 – NCLB - NASIA

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Requirements to apply and maintain

ISDEAA and TCSA

Plus

NASIA

Plus

NCLB – Title I

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25 USC Chapter 27 TCSG

§ 2501. Declaration of policy

§ 2502. Grants authorized

§ 2503. Composition of grants

§ 2504. Eligibility for grants

§ 2505. Duration of eligibility determination

§ 2506. Payment of grants; investment of funds

§ 2507. Application with respect to Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act

§ 2508. Role of the Director

§ 2509. Regulations

§ 2510. The tribally controlled grant school endowment program

§ 2511. Definitions

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BIE Blueprint and Re-organization

American Indian Study Group

Blueprint for Reform – effective teachers and principals, agile organization, promote self determination, support through partnership, budget

Secretarial Order 3334 = BIE Implementation Plan – Phase One and Two

Group of 65 recommendations – streamline, TA by tribes, no duplication, BIE not a state, local content and performance standards, NEGREG, MOA, full funding, real consultation, tribal decision on contracting or granting, others

recommendations
Recommendations
  • Grant Support Costs
  • Facilities Operations
  • Facilities Backlog
  • Culturally Based Education Culturally-Based Indigenous Language Use, Culturally-Based Pedagogy, Culturally-Based Curriculum, Culturally-Based Patterns of Participation in Leadership and Decision-Making, and Culturally-Based Methods of Assessing Student Performance
  • CREDE – joint productive activity, language and literacy development, contextualization, complex thinking, instructional conversation, modeling and child directed activity
  • Creating Sacred Places for Children language and culture, school and community, interactive teaching, performance based, etc. (OERI)
additional questions
Additional Questions?
  • For additional comments or questions after today’s webinar, please submit them to the National Indian Education Association at [email protected]
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