Native Village Youth and Education News
February 1, 2009 Issue 194 Volume 3
Edmond teacher wins
Indian Educator of the Year
School programs also
enhance the school curriculum, particularly in social studies.
Yellowfish said she learning about history and the cultures of other
people and sharing that knowledge with her students. “The knowledge
I learned from my elders helped me incorporate those teachings of
the world,” Yellowfish said. “I love learning about the cultures of
other people around the world.”
“Brent and Kennetha Greenwood are providing a diverse learning
environment for their children,” said Lynn Danvers, Edmond Public
Schools Indian Education secretary. “They are instilling in them a
respect for their cultural heritage while preparing them to
participate in today’s world.”
Robert Kaufman Fabrics:
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