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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