Native Village
Youth and Education news
 MAY 1, 2010   VOLUME 2

"The mind's eye changes the way we judge things."  
Fools Crow, Lakota Sioux

 Treasured Teacher Embodies 100 Reasons to Learn Oneida

 Eisenhower Elementary School's Studies Help Preserve American Indian Languages

Creating Habitats for Learning

Students Celebrate Untold Native History

 Wanted: American Indian Mentors

Pendleton Launches Endowed Scholarship Program with American Indian College Fund  

ParentDish's 27 Top Web Sites for Kids

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