Policies and Programs of the Office of Indian Education: Hearing Before the Select Committee on Indian Affairs, United States Senate, One Hundred First Congress, First Session ... October 27, 1989, Washington, DC.

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1990 - 145 pages
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Page 141 - Indian tribe" means any Indian tribe, band, nation, or other organized group or community, including any Alaska Native village or regional or village corporation as defined in or established pursuant to the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (85 Stat.
Page 39 - Education; 2. advise the Commissioner of Education with respect to the administration (including the development of regulations and of administrative practices and policies) of any program in which Indian children or adults participate from which they can benefit...
Page 120 - Government's commitment to ccinpermate school districts for the cost of educating children when enrollments and the availability of revenues from local sources have been adversely affected by Federal activities. The...
Page 38 - NACIE was set up to review applications for grants under the new act and to advise the Secretary of Education with respect to the administration of any program in which Indian children and adults participate or from which they can benefit...
Page 59 - I'll be happy to answer any questions you and the Committee members may have...
Page 127 - Under the agreement, at least 90 percent of the funds transferred are used for awards of at least $5,000 to BIA schools serving Indian children. Up to 10 percent of the funds may be retained by the BIA for training programs; the design and Implementation of curricular materials; demonstration projects; special assistance to economically dlsadvantaged areas; technical assistance; and • (subject to a 2.5 percent cap) administration of the program.
Page 126 - Inservice training and retraining of teachers in the fields of mathematics and science; recruitment or retraining of minority teachers to become mathematics and science teachers; training in and Instructional use of computers, video, and other telecommunications technologies as part of a mathematics and science program; integrating higher-order analytical and problem-solving skills Into the mathematics and science curriculum; or projects for individual teachers to Improve their teaching ability or...
Page 38 - PL 92-318; 7. submit to the Congress not later than March 31 of each year a report on its activities, which shall include any recommendations it may deem necessary for the improvement of Federal education programs in which Indian children and adults participate or from which they can benefit, which report shall include...
Page 126 - The Secretary provides financial assistance under this part to states to strengthen the economic competitiveness and national security of the United States by improving the skills of teachers and the quality of instruction in mathematics and science in the Nation's public and private elementary and secondary schools. (Authority: 20 USC 2982) Off.
Page 127 - Is reserved for programs that support alcohol and drug abuse education and prevention programs for Indian children on reservations served by the Department of the Interior. Accomplishments In 1987, the Department of Education concluded a memorandum of agreement with the Department of the Interior under which the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) will operate this program.

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