Decrease the Number of Native American High School Dropout Rate

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Decrease the Number of Native American High School Dropout Rate by Mind Map: Decrease the Number of Native American High School Dropout Rate

1. direct application & learning service learning opportunities

2. My Educational Challenge Solution

2.1. parent & community participation in curriculum planning

2.2. develop partnerships with local community centers

2.3. develop partnerships with other tribal communities nationally & globally

2.4. Gain the skills & confidence to partake in the social, political, & economical transformations within the community

2.5. Design an experimental curriculum for a cohort of high school students in a rural tribal community

2.6. Recruit the members from the community, graduate students, and from other tribal commuities

3. Existing Successful Initiatives

3.1. Menominee Indian School District's Freshmen Academy

3.2. Everett Community College's Running Start program

3.3. NAYA Early College Academy

3.4. ASU's American Dream Academy

3.5. Parent Engagement

3.5.1. Workshops

3.5.2. Open Dialogue

3.5.3. Building Trust

3.5.4. Active Member

3.5.5. Empowerment & Building Confidence

3.6. Partnerships with colleges/universities

3.6.1. redefining relationships & building new pathways

3.6.2. Learn to be cultural & language sensitivity & responsive

3.6.3. building sustaining relationships

3.7. Teacher & Administrator Community Outreach

3.7.1. Building Trust & Relationships

3.7.2. Collaborating directly with parents & community

3.7.3. Finding new ways to build academic bridges

3.7.4. See Parents/Student as Learning Partners

3.7.5. Modeling Community Support

4. Native American Education involves

4.1. parents

4.2. students

4.3. families

4.4. community

4.5. culture & language

4.6. understanding the history of the people

4.7. trust and relationships

4.8. reserving the traditional teachings

4.9. decolonization

4.10. nation building

4.11. economic development

4.12. social & health welfare

4.13. constitutional reform

4.14. gangs, violence, drugs, & alcohol

4.15. water & land rights

4.16. social self-sufficiency

4.17. civil rights

4.18. cultural identity

5. Rural Tribal Communities

6. Urban Tribal Communities

7. International Indigenous Communities

8. Partner Network

8.1. colleges & universities

8.2. tribal & non-tribal communities

8.3. tribal & non-tribal schoools

8.4. rural & urban community centers

9. Key Activities

9.1. curriculum design

9.2. partnerships

9.3. proposal design

9.4. building & sustaining relationships

10. Key Resources

10.1. state & federal government

10.2. donations & grants

10.3. tribal leased resources

11. Cost Structure

11.1. recruitment of qualified Native American teachers

11.2. buses to transport students in rural areas

11.3. vans/buses to transport parents to meetings regarding curriculum

12. Offer

12.1. customized, quality education

12.2. empowerment

12.3. confidence

12.4. knowledge & skills

12.5. connectivity & production

13. Customer Relationships

13.1. personal

13.2. mentor

13.3. cultural

14. Distribution Channels

14.1. face-to-face

14.2. online

14.3. internships/service learning with communities

15. Revenue Stream

15.1. US federal - BIA

15.2. US state

15.3. Tribal revenues from casinos & resources

15.4. Shared resources (between tribes)

15.5. Tribal Goverment

16. New node

17. Customer Segments

17.1. students

17.2. parents

17.3. tribal & non-tribal communities

17.4. teachers

17.5. administrators