ESEA - Grant/Program Info
Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native Education - Title VII
Wednesday - December 4, 2013
Udall Scholarship Opportunity
Tuesday - October 29, 2013
Alternative Sovereignties Conference- May 8-10, 2014
Governor Proclaims November National American Indian Heritage Month
Title VII dollars support the improved academic performance of the 11,900 American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) students in Oregon by providing strategies which directly address the culturally related and academic need of AI/AN students. Federal dollars go directly to LEAs which submit
describing the intended use of the funds. In addition to Title VII, Oregon's State Board of Education has adopted the
Oregon American Indian/Alaska Native Education State Plan
. This plan highlights strategies for addressing the eleven goals which encompass staff development, curriculum, infusion, dropout prevention, culturally appropriate assessment, early childhood, and parental involvement.
Title VII programs are designed to address the unique education and culturally related academic needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students so that these students can achieve to the same challenging state performance standards expected of all students. The Department of Education is updating contacts for Title VII programs. If you are the point of contact within a district Indian Education program (Title VII), please respond to a brief survey in the link below:
Title VII District Coordinators Survey
2012-13 Title VII
Executive Order 96-30
: State/Tribal Government-to-Government Relations by the Governor of the State of Oregon in May of 1996 has provided an additional venue of tribal involvement with the
Oregon AI/AN Education State Plan
. The purpose of the Executive Order is to formalize the government-to-government relationship that exists between Oregon's Indian tribes and the state, and is to establish a process which can assist in resolving potential conflict, maximize key intergovernmental relations and enhance an exchange of ideas and resources for the greater good of all of Oregon's citizens, whether tribal members or not.
History of the Western Oregon Tribes Video
As part of the
celebration, a very informative video tracing the history of Oregon tribes residing in the western part of the state was produced by the Western Oregon Tribal OR150 Committee. The video provides both an historical perspective, as well as, current information on five of the nine federally recognized tribes in Oregon. The western tribes in Oregon are: the Cow Creek Band of Umpqua Tribe of Indians, the Coquille Indian Tribe, the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians, the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde, and the Confederated Tribes of the Coos, Lower Umpqua and Siuslaw Indians. Students studying Oregon history or teachers preparing classes on Oregon history will find this video very informative.
to view the video. You will need Real Player on your computer to play this video.
For additional information on all 9 of the federally recognized tribes in Oregon, please refer to the curriculum document
Indians in Oregon Today
and the excellent publication of the Oregon Council for the Humanities,
The First Oregonians
GOVERNMENT-TO-GOVERNMENT INDIAN EDUCATION CLUSTER
membership includes representatives from the nine Tribal nations.
The ODE promotes active tribal contact and communication through the Tribal Liaison. The Tribal Liaison meets at least quarterly with the Education Cluster of the Government-to-Government process to create and monitor an annual work plan; to exchange information on issues impacting tribes and schools; to review and establish policy positions on issues impacting the tribes; to receive questions and requests for data, research and information; to maintain active communication with all aspects of the educational enterprise including the department of Community Colleges & Workforce Development, the Oregon University System, the Teachers Standards & Practices Commission, the Oregon Student Assistance Commission, and the Oregon Education Investment Board.
INDIAN EDUCATION RESOURCES
Miscellaneous ODE Links
Federal Resources for Education Excellence
Native American - Classroom Resource Guide
Native American Books
Native Reading Programs
Indian Education Webinars
Education Equity - Education Program Specialist
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