OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma’s American Indian students continue to lead the nation in math and reading scores. The 2015 National Indian Education Study (NIES) released today shows significant gains in reading for Oklahoma fourth-graders, who scored 19 points above the national average.

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  1. Sir:  Where can we get a copy of the 2015 National  Indian Education Study (NIES).    I just found out that finance never paid the fee for the Arapaho Tribe to be  member of TEDA,  but it went out today.  Whats the Motels close to where TEDNA is going to have the meetings on March 22-23.   I’d like to have a copy of NIES.  Alfred Redman 

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