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Sequoyah High School teacher Amanda Ray hopes to teach students that studying Shakespeare is important.
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The program is an inclusive four-year, post-secondary certificate opportunity for students with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities.
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TAHLEQUAH – Sequoyah High School announced Justin Brown as its new varsity girls basketball coach on May 10.

Brown most recently served as the head girls basketball coach at Locust Grove High School, where he led the Lady Pirates to the Class 4A championship in 2015. Brown also won a 2A title while serving as the head girls coach at Pawnee High School in 2009.
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Yale sophomore Sophia Ross said attending the 2016 Cherokee College Prep Institute helped her discover the array of options open to her for higher education. The Cherokee Nation Foundation’s 2019 CCPI is set for July 14-19 at Northeastern State University in Tahlequah. COURTESY
The Cherokee Nation Foundation’s 2019 Cherokee College Prep Institute is slated for July 14-19 in Tahlequah.
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Sequoyah High School officials selected Acey Hagar, left, as the 2019 graduating class’s valedictorian and Hannah Jimenez as salutatorian. COURTESY
Valedictorian Acey Hagar will attend the University of Arkansas while salutatorian Hannah Jimenez will attend Columbia University.
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Partnership fosters work-readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy skills in students.
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Oklahoma’s largest teacher union in 2018 conducted a statewide walkout over demands for more education spending.
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Participating students must be CN citizens entering grades nine-12 in the fall of 2019.
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The University of Tulsa will accept incoming freshmen into its Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law program for the last time this fall. The program was still recruiting students in February, as shown by this booth at the Oklahoma Native American Students in Higher Education Conference on the Oklahoma City University campus. TU MJIL FACEBOOK PAGE
The University of Tulsa’s degree and certification programs at the will be reduced from 196 to 112.
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UKB’s decision to charter Bacone College is the educational institution’s first step in applying for approval as a Title I Tribal College with the American Indian Higher Education Consortium.
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Grand View School fifth grader Yuridia Mendez tries to get the ring flying in a game of graces with fellow students during “Celebrate Cherokee Day” on May 2 in Tahlequah. D. SEAN ROWLEY/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Cherokee Heritage Center outreach coordinator Shanista Cloud explains the rules and history of “graces” to students during Grand View School’s “Celebrate Cherokee Day.” D. SEAN ROWLEY/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
Fifth graders Amara Richardson and Isaac Wagnon test their skills at the blowgun demonstration table on May 2 during Grand View School’s “Celebrate Cherokee Day.” D. SEAN ROWLEY/CHEROKEE PHOENIX
The Cherokee Heritage Center organizes demonstrations and traditional tribal activities for students.
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