At AFN, Native educators share vision of profound change and tribal schools

Nothing less than a revolution in Alaska education is needed to reach Native students, and tribal organizations should lead the way. That’s the sweeping takeaway on Thursday from a panel at the Alaska Federation of Natives 50th annual convention.

The topic was “Rethinking Indigenous Education: Our Responsibility to Future Generations” and it was led by Evon Peter, a University of Alaska Fairbanks vice chancellor and Gwich’in tribal member. (Continue reading…at

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