As we posted earlier, Michigan State University is hosting its 2014 Indigenous Law Conference, which will take place on November 20-21, 2014. The theme for the the 2014 annual conference is “Dismantling Barriers in American Indian Education.”  Melody McCoy from the Native American Rights Fund will be presenting on Tribal Education Agencies in Federal, Tribal, and State Law.  As many of you know Melody was instrumental in TEDNA’s creation.  Melody’s conference materials are here, and her powerpoint is here.

You can also see Melody’s previous work in the Tribalizing Indian Education Series, here for free.

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