Education

CO Chapter of DAR Doubles Scholarship Support

12/28/18 (Englewood, CO) – The Colorado Chapter of the the Daughters of the American Revolution supported the 2018 American Indian Achievement Awards by sponsoring their first $1000 Scholarship.  This year’s recipient was Halle Sago (Zuni Pueblo and Mescalero Apache) an ENVD – Architecture major at University of Colorado at Boulder. The CO ...

2018 CIEF American Indian Scholars Recipients

10/02/18 (Denver, CO) – The Colorado Indian Education Foundation (CIEF) announces the list of scholarship recipients, to be awarded at the American Indian Achievement Awards.  Each year, Coloradans help support this program by donating a minimum of $25.  Donors are recognized via the American Indian Scholars Plates. If you want to support the program, ...

2018 American Indian Achievement Awards Scholarship Recipients

09/28/18 (Denver, CO) – RMICC announces the list of recipients for the 2018 American Indian Achievement Awards Scholarships.  Special thanks to all students that took time to apply.  The scholarship selection committee faced a genuine challenge, as all applicants were truly deserving of the honor and recognition.   Stay tuned for additional ...

American Indian Academy of Denver

Denver doesn’t graduate half of its Native American students. This charter school wants to change that. Chalkbeat Posted onMay 22, 2018 8:55 am CategoriesDenver news Tanski Chrisjohn gets help adjusting the microphone at a school board meeting from Denver Superintendent Tom Boasberg. (Melanie Asmar/Chalkbeat) By Melanie Asmar, Chalkbeat  The Denver school district is not ...

Indigenous education expert to lead CSU’s School of Education

21 May, 2018 By Gretchen Gerding Susan C. Faircloth has been named the new director of Colorado State University’s School of Education. Faircloth, an enrolled member of the Coharie Tribe of North Carolina, joins CSU from the University of North Carolina Wilmington, where she is a professor in the Department of Educational Leadership. Faircloth has a diverse set of research ...

Haseya Advocate: Native Women in History Series, part 2

Native women in history seriesAs recently as the 1970’s, women’s history was virtually an unknown topic in the K-12 curriculum or in general public consciousness. And even more so, Native women in history are often absent. This month, Red Wind will be sending out emails featuring two native women in history to help build our ...