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Coulter, Sarah-Kay – New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 2023
There is a conflict between the claims of Maori sovereignty and the imposition of State legislation on Maori children. This conflict of interest has been given very little consideration in the public sphere. This research-informed article speculates that despite legislation ensuring that education attendance is fixed as a legal obligation for all…
Descriptors: Ethnic Groups, Pacific Islanders, State Legislation, Children
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Crazy Bull, Cheryl – Tribal College Journal of American Indian Higher Education, 2022
In recent years, many Native scholars and leaders explored leadership from an Indigenous perspective by situating it in place and within tribal values reflective of that place, with an understanding that for Native people, place and identity are entwined. Tribal colleges and universities (TCUs) operate in a multifaceted web of social, educational,…
Descriptors: Minority Serving Institutions, Tribally Controlled Education, Tribal Sovereignty, Leadership
Oblinger, Michael Stewart – ProQuest LLC, 2022
The problem was a lack of consultation from American Indian Studies scholars, tribal leaders, and from specific data sources when courses in the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) were created. The purpose of the basic qualitative research design was to provide a voice from experts in American Indian Studies and addresses the problem when…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, American Indian Studies, Community Colleges, Expertise
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Bishop, Michelle – Critical Studies in Education, 2022
With schools known to be sites of harm for many Indigenous peoples, both historically and currently, this paper re-considers 'doing' education another way. As a Gamilaroi woman, educator and researcher, I contemplate the ways Indigenous sovereignty is conceptualised and enacted by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the country now…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, Culturally Relevant Education
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Jenni Conrad; Dawn Hardison-Stevens – American Educational Research Journal, 2024
As Indigenous-led education mandates proliferate globally, understanding how educators teach Indigenous perspectives and sovereignty remains urgent. Learning and integrating such knowledge proves difficult for non-Native teachers, given their lengthy participation in settler colonial schooling and society. What does learning to implement Native…
Descriptors: Teacher Education, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, Decolonization
Tachine, Amanda R. – Teachers College Press, 2022
What is at stake when our young people attempt to belong to a college environment that reflects a world that does not want them for who they are? In this compelling book, Navajo scholar Amanda Tachine takes a personal look at 10 Navajo teenagers, following their experiences during their last year in high school and into their first year in…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, High School Seniors
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Díaz Ríos, Claudia; Dion, Michelle L.; Leonard, Kelsey – Studies in Higher Education, 2020
The institutional logics of Western academic research often conflict with the epistemologies and goals of Indigenous peoples. Research sovereignty is a right but still an aspiration for many Indigenous peoples. National funding agencies and Western universities have sought to resolve these conflicts through various institutional and organizational…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Educational Research, Indigenous Populations, Tribal Sovereignty
Neztsosie, Nora; Wamnuga-Win, Kiva; Churchill, Erin; Goforth, Anisa N. – Communique, 2020
Sovereignty is a complex construct because it can be defined legally, politically, and personally. Sovereignty is integrally tied to revitalization of Indigenous cultures and languages through self-sufficiency and self-governance. This article dives deeper into this concept by sharing the personal implications of sovereignty from members of the…
Descriptors: Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, American Indians
Karen R. Francis-Begay – ProQuest LLC, 2022
This research looks at the experiences of tribal advisors at historically white institutions. I explore patterns and relationships of their role in relation to the institution they work in and the Indigenous communities they work with. The study's purposes are threefold. First, I aim to explore, from the perspective of the tribal advisors, how…
Descriptors: American Indians, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Personnel, Predominantly White Institutions
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Hammar, Roberth Kurniawan Ruslak – Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 2018
The protection and recognition of customary rights of Customary Law Community is a constitutional imperative according to the implementation of Article 18B of the 1945 Constitution. In order to minimize the conflict between government, employers and the community, it is necessary to understand the characteristics of customary rights of each tribe…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Civil Rights, Indigenous Populations, Community
Tracy E. Blue – ProQuest LLC, 2022
Native American communities work to preserve and enhance traditional culture in urban and rural environments through an emphasis on strengthening sovereignty and self-determination in order to protect and promote culture and arts programming, giving opportunities for community members and students. Interventions for youth often utilize…
Descriptors: American Indian Students, Tribally Controlled Education, Culturally Relevant Education, American Indian Education
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Mullen, Carol A. – International Journal of Leadership in Education, 2020
This article offers systematic review of literature on the educational colonization of Indigenous populations within global Canadian contexts. Questions guiding this study were, 'What colonizing dynamics exist in education for Canadian aboriginal populations, and what decolonizing dynamics suggest progress or advancement?' Across disciplines,…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Canada Natives, Testing, Education
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Calderon, Dolores; Lees, Anna; Swan Waite, Renée; Wilson, Cynthia – Professional Development in Education, 2021
We propose that the Indigenizing framework of land education in teacher professional development offers an opportunity to engage the epistemological constraints of white settler teachers. Building off the work of teacher education researchers who examine settler epistemic formations in teachers and document the gaps between euroamerican epistemic…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Indigenous Knowledge, Tribal Sovereignty, Place Based Education
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Emmons, Nichlas – i.e.: inquiry in education, 2020
This paper explores the process of developing a continuing education program for tribal land professionals working in tribal land offices across the United States. Born from discussions surrounding the need to professionalize careers in tribal land offices, the National Tribal Land Association developed a certification program for land office…
Descriptors: Program Development, Professional Continuing Education, Reservation American Indians, American Indian Education
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Jenni Conrad; Rachel Talbert; Brad Hall; Christine Stanton; Audie Davis – Theory and Research in Social Education, 2024
Researchers and practitioners in social studies education have not often taken up responsibilities to Indigenous communities on whose Lands they work and live. Drawing on Indigenous research methodologies, along with specific Indigenous stories and artwork, four authors of varied positionalities, contexts, and regions offer conceptual and…
Descriptors: Indigenous Knowledge, Indigenous Populations, Decolonization, American Indian Education
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