Our new design of the Indian-Ed.org website is complete! We have listened to your feedback and made changes in response. Our curriculum is easier to access and use, the website easier to navigate around now, and we offer more helpful resources to our educators.
We look forward to your continued feedback. Comments can be posted below or feel free to contact us directly.
Our website redesign was a great group effort, including:
James A. Parker of J. Alan Enterprises, LLC in Portland Oregon.
J. Alan Enterprises, LLC is a Native owned IT company. The company relies on his experience in both the IT field and serving Native communities and small businesses.
Mr. Parker is an enrolled member of the Chippewa Cree Tribe in Montana. He has over 15 years experience in the IT field.
Contact: email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 503.775.3570
(Yakama descendant) is the principal writer for Since Time Immemorial: Tribal Sovereignty in Washington State, a groundbreaking state-tribal curriculum partnership overseen by the Sovereignty Curriculum Advisory Committee of the Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction. The project is the culmination of her educational vision for Indian and non-Indian communities alike. Growing up on the Yakama reservation, Shana was not even aware that her tribe had a “History,” at least the kind taught in her school. This egregious omission contributed to her shame and led to her lack of cultural identity and sense of belonging. It was not until she went to college and began her career as a social studies and English teacher that she realized she was not alone in her experience and subsequently began her lifelong quest to right the wrongs of ignorance and complacency.