This event will focus on engaging American Indian students, families, communities, and tribal nations in our Wisconsin schools.
Join us in a Study Circles Online Conversation and the exploration the book, How to Be an Indian in the 21st Century by Louis V. “Two Shoes” Clark III. Each session will use Clark's book as a foundation for the conversation while exploring the impact of the opportunity gap for our American Indian students in the state of Wisconsin.
Join us in a Study Circles Online Conversation and the exploration the book, Everything You Wanted to Know about Indians But Were Afraid to Ask by Anton Treuer. Each session will use Dr. Treuer's book as a foundation for the conversation while exploring the impact of the opportunity gap for our American Indian students in the state of Wisconsin.
The Beyond Diversity I seminar, updated and aligned with Courageous Conversations About Race, 2nd Edition, is designed to help teachers, students, parents, and administrators understand the impact of race on student learning and investigate the role that racism plays in institutionalizing academic achievement disparities.
Understanding the Wisconsin American Indian educational experience and perspectives has profound implications for both district policies and instructional methodology when transforming systems to educate all students. Through counter-narratives shared by American Indians, learn about the rights, responsibilities, and misinformation surrounding Native people and education.
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