Dr. Tommy Lewis, Jr., Superintendent
The Navajo Nation Office of Educational Research and Statistics is designated to continue and maintain quality research and statistical analysis on the status of maintaining a strong education system for all Navajo children.
By Christopher S. Pineo
WINDOW ROCK – The director of the Bureau of Indian Education visited the Navajo Nation just a day after Washington rolled back key education rules.
Tuesday, just a day after President Donald Trump signed a resolution of disapproval that scrapped two key sets of regulations under the Every Student Succeeds Act, BIE Director Tony L. Dearman met with the vice president and education leaders of the Navajo Nation at the Department of Diné Education
Winslow, AZ | Submitted by Chris Gilmore
Most schools in northern Arizona offer courses to learn the Navajo language, but not many are doing it as effectively as Winslow High School.
A part of Navajo County for more than 100 years, Winslow High serves more than 700 students, half of which hail from the Navajo tribe. The Title I school offers two years of Navajo language instruction, with particular emphasis on speaking and understanding how the language and culture are intertwined.
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Published on March 2, 2017
In Kayenta, Arizona, Navajo students attend a nationally ranked veterinary school and learn to care for livestock. (Video by Adriana De Alba/Cronkite News)
WINDOW ROCK – On Feb. 27, Navajo Nation President Russell Begaye signed the Memorandum of Agreement with the Grants-Cibola School District to teach the Diné language in the schools of the district.
CHURCH ROCK, N.M. - Today Vice President Jonathan Nez visited with students at the 2017 Navajo Nation Science Fair to encourage them to continue to achieve a brighter future for them- selves and the Navajo Nation.
Various program's under Department of Diné Education coming together to update the HEHSC committee.