The Native American Journalists Association will select five students for one-time awards of $10,000 each for the scholarship for Indigenous students pursuing journalism and media.
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The fellowship provides an opportunity for students to deepen and broaden their reporting and multimedia skills while learning from tribal journalists and news industry professionals.
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The summer fellowship program gives students real world experience and exposure to one of the world’s leading news divisions, which includes NBC News, MSNBC and CNBC.
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Stacy Leeds joins the largest team of Native faculty at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University.
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According to the annual Oct. 1 student count, overall enrollment was down 9,537 students, or 1.36%, to 694,113 students total. LEE ENTERPRISES GRAPHIC
Oklahoma’s public school enrollment has seen its first downturn in 19 years because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and the biggest hits have been to pre-k and kindergarten.
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The new year is always a great time for a reset, so alongside those new devices, consider adopting some new digital habits. STATEPOINT MEDIA
For better overall health and wellness, make 2021 the year your family adopts great digital habits.
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While a lot has changed about education this past year, much about college entrance exams has stayed the same, and you can still get a leg up by ensuring you’re well-equipped and ready to succeed on test day. STATEPOINT MEDIA
College entrance exams remain important, even in these unusual times.
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Gov. Kevin Stitt says the change helps accomplish his goal of returning all of the state’s schools to in-person classes in January.
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The center for Native scholarships aims to produce more Native CPAs by 2030.
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Closures are causing delays in obtaining official transcripts and difficulties in scheduling COVID-19 testing prior to moving on campus for the spring as required.
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The Cherokee Nation Foundation provided science, technology, engineering and mathematics kits to Cherokee Immersion School students for Christmas. The kits consisted of books and games geared toward helping the students learn STEM disciplines. COURTESY
Cherokee Nation Foundation representatives hand out science, technology, engineering and mathematics kits to Cherokee Immersion School students during Dec. 17 Christmas drive-thru event hosted by the school in Tahlequah. LINDSEY BARK/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Cherokee Immersion School students receive kits to help them learn science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
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