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Championing Success: A report on the progress of Tribal College and University alumni
(The Institute for Higher Education Policy for the American Indian College Fund, 2006-04-01)
This report presents the findings from an original survey and personal interviews conducted with American Indian College Fund scholarship recipients. The report is a snapshot of how scholarship recipients are faring after ...
Reframing Return on Investments for Tribal Colleges and Universities: Aligning Analyses with Tribal Priorities and Educational Missions
(Penn Center for Minority Serving Institutions, 2016)
Since the 1950s, the value of education is increasingly evaluated in economic terms (Psacharopoulos & Patrinos, 2004). Students and societies wonder if the time, money and effort invested in educational enterprises will ...
The Economic Impact of Tribal Colleges in the Northwest Area Foundation Region
(First Nation Development Institute, 2016-12-01)
Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) represent a unique set of institutions in the Native-led nonprofit sector. They are often located directly on reservations and provide a vital service on these reservations - education. ...
Preserving Culture and Planning for the Future: An Exploration of Student Experiences at Tribal Colleges
(Center for Community College Student Engagement, The University of Texas at Austin, 2019)
The tribally controlled education represented by the Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) is restorative— bringing access to language, socialization, relationships, and indigenous knowledge that is inherently empowering ...
Deepening Our Understanding of the Financial Education of Native Youth: An In-Depth Look at Native Students in Montana, New Mexico, and South Dakota
(First Nations Oweesta Corporation; Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy, 2008)
Personal financial skills are critical life skills regardless of an individual’s race or ethnicity—but particularly for Native students. They need financial skills to help their communities survive and thrive. Without sound ...
Tribal Colleges in Montana
(Montana Legislative Services Division For the State-Tribal Relations Committee, 2016-07-13)
There are 37 tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) in the United States. Seven are in Montana, the most of any state. In Academic Year (AY) 2013-14, TCUs served 22,797 credit students and 8,697 noncredit students across ...