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6/4/2014 8:33:00 AM
American Indian/Alaskan Native Culturally Relevant Teaching, Learning, and Pedagogy Grant Recipients
ODE is excited to announce the awarding of the American Indian / Alaskan Native Culturally Relevant Teaching, Learning, and Pedagogy Grant. The review committee selected 8 programs to receive awards ranging from $93,688 to $100,000 to support collaborative efforts to design, implement, improve, expand, or otherwise infuse American Indian / Alaskan Native culturally responsive pedagogy and practices to increase student academic achievement, high school completion and successful engagement in post-secondary educational opportunities.

The awardees represent Tribes, School Districts, and Non-Profit organizations serving American Indian / Alaskan Native students and are geographically dispersed across the state. Awards were granted to collaborations from the Central Coast, Eugene Metro Area, High Desert Region, Mid-Willamette Valley, Portland Metro Area, and the Southern Oregon area.

NOTE: Some of the pages do not show up in Google Chrome. If this happens, please switch your browser over to either Firefox or Explorer. Join us in congratulating the following Awardees:

chaku-kemteks pi hayu-kemteks: Southern Willamette Valley Project PDF – Springfield School District

Culturally Relevant Teaching, Learning and Pedagogy PDF– The Native American Youth & Family Center (NAYA)

Fostering Cultural Competence Through Collaborative Partnership PDF - Pendleton School District

The Klamath Indigenous Trail PDF – Klamath County School District

Learning, Teaching, and Sustaining Culturally Responsive Teaching PDF– Jefferson County School District

Oregon Tribal Curriculum Project PDF – Salem-Keizer Public Schools

Roots: A Community-Based High School Completion and Career Path Program PDF – Jefferson County School District

Siletz Valley Schools Culture Project PDF – Siletz Valley Charter Schools

If you have questions about these awards or want to learn more about the process, please contact April Campbell at april.campbell@ode.state.or.us eMail.
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  • April Campbell Email    (503) 947-5810
    Office of the Deputy Superintendent - Advisor to Deputy State Superintendent on Indian Education

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