Indian Education Programs
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  Link   St. Paul American Indian Education Programs
This program provides (1) cultural enrichment, (2) social service, (3) academic services, (4) chemical prevention, (5) post secondary planning program, (6) Johnson O' Malley, (7) Early Childhood Family Education K-12
  Link   Mpls Indian Ed-Minneapolis Public School District
Indian education programs are designed to improve student achievement and reduce drop-out rates among American Indian youth attending Minneapolis Public Schools.
  Link   Minneapolis Community and Technical College -Am. Indian Support Office
Multi-cultural Student Services- Help to apply for Tribal scholarships, apply for financial aid, academic advising, UNITE (United Nations of Indian Tribes for Education) student organization.
  Link   Metropolitian State University-Multicultural Support Services
The Multicultural Affairs Center provides a range of services which include a Native American liason, working closely with faculty and academic advisers, monitoring and tracking academic progress, advocating on behalf of students, publishing quarterl
  Link   Circle of Indigenous Nations
University of Minnesota-Twin Cities: The American Indian Learning Resource Center provides family-centered services that ensure quality student experiences through utilization of Indigenous thoughts and values. The center promotes academic excellence
  Link   Augsburg College American Indian Student Services
The American Indian Student Services program was started in 1978 to help recruit and retain American Indian students. The program is designed to assist students through their higher education by assisting in the admissions and registration process,
  Link   Anoka Hennepin Indian Education
It is the purpose of the Anoka-Hennepin Indian Education Parent Advisory committee and Indian Education Program to encourage and inspire academic achievement, social and emotional development, and cultural awareness of our American Indian Students.
  Link   Anishinabe Academy
Dedicated to serving American Indians students in grades K through 8 and their families through educational success and with emphasize on American Indian culture.
  Link   American Indian Studies Department
Established in June of 1969, the Department of American Indian Studies is the oldest such program in the country with departmental status. Founded amidst the civil rights struggles of the sixties and early seventies, the program has long been committ
  Link   American Indian Student Cultural Center
The mission of AISCC is to promote cultural diversity develop leadership in American Indian students of the U of M, assisting building understanding of American Indian people, issues, history and culture by bringing in native scholars and hosting eve
  Link   American Indian Magnet At Mounds Park
Students, parents, teachers and administrators share responsibility for academic achievement of all students. Academic achievement develops as students are exposed to an Indigenous Peoples curriculum that utilizes a Medicine Wheel approach with its