Supplemental Materials available at tedna.org/webinars
Watch Santa Fe Indian School’s 2016 Graduation and Michelle Obama’s speech by clicking HERE!
CONGRATULATIONS SFIS CLASS OF 2016!
TEDNA’s Kerry Venegas, Vice-President (Hoopa Valley Tribe) testified in front of the House Committee on Appropriations, Subcommittee of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies on March 17, 2016 in Washington D.C.
Teach for America’s Native Alliance Initiative created this video in response to the debates surrounding Native mascots in professional sports. Teach for America has long been a supporter of TEDNA. You can see their video at Teach for America’s Blog, here, and learn more about the Native Alliance Initiative here. The Initiative seeks to:
- Provide an Additional Source of Effective Teachers;
- Advance Student Achievement and Increase Opportunities through Culturally Responsive Teaching;
- Partner with Native Organizations and Governments; and
- Build an Alumni Leadership Pipeline.
Here, from KTVA Alaska.
It’s a home economics lesson you’ll only find in Alaska.
“It’s fun,” said Sadie Ellison, smiling. “I like the feeling and how it’s all oily.”
On a Friday in early October, Nome Elementary School fifth graders spent their afternoon wielding ulus and cutting up muktuk.
“Muktuk is kind of a fishy, acquired taste,” Tom Gray described.
“I’m not a big fan of it, but it’s okay,” said Sadie, turning up her nose.