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

direct application & learning service learning opportunities

My Educational Challenge Solution

parent & community participation in curriculum planning

develop partnerships with local community centers

develop partnerships with other tribal communities nationally & globally

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

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

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

Existing Successful Initiatives

Menominee Indian School District's Freshmen Academy

Everett Community College's Running Start program

NAYA Early College Academy

ASU's American Dream Academy

Parent Engagement

Workshops

Open Dialogue

Building Trust

Active Member

Empowerment & Building Confidence

Partnerships with colleges/universities

redefining relationships & building new pathways

Learn to be cultural & language sensitivity & responsive

building sustaining relationships

Teacher & Administrator Community Outreach

Building Trust & Relationships

Collaborating directly with parents & community

Finding new ways to build academic bridges

See Parents/Student as Learning Partners

Modeling Community Support

Native American Education involves

parents

students

families

community

culture & language

understanding the history of the people

trust and relationships

reserving the traditional teachings

decolonization

nation building

economic development

social & health welfare

constitutional reform

gangs, violence, drugs, & alcohol

water & land rights

social self-sufficiency

civil rights

cultural identity

Rural Tribal Communities

Urban Tribal Communities

International Indigenous Communities

Partner Network

colleges & universities

tribal & non-tribal communities

tribal & non-tribal schoools

rural & urban community centers

Key Activities

curriculum design

partnerships

proposal design

building & sustaining relationships

Key Resources

state & federal government

donations & grants

tribal leased resources

Cost Structure

recruitment of qualified Native American teachers

buses to transport students in rural areas

vans/buses to transport parents to meetings regarding curriculum

Offer

customized, quality education

empowerment

confidence

knowledge & skills

connectivity & production

Customer Relationships

personal

mentor

cultural

Distribution Channels

face-to-face

online

internships/service learning with communities

Revenue Stream

US federal - BIA

US state

Tribal revenues from casinos & resources

Shared resources (between tribes)

Tribal Goverment

New node

Customer Segments

students

parents

tribal & non-tribal communities

teachers

administrators