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NAVAJO INDIANS - EDUCATION

Yes, Nellie was a teacher

Article Date: 
November 15, 1953
Article Abstract: 
A little Navajo girl attempts to teach Navajo to her teacher but teaches her a lesson instead
Language: 
English
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Window Rock schools: a new outlook

Author: 
K.Neundorf
Article Date: 
May-June 1974
Language: 
English
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We owe the Navajo six hundred schools

Author: 
D. M. Smith
Article Date: 
June 1947
Language: 
English
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Understanding promotes learning

Article Date: 
February 1, 1952
Language: 
English
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These are the Navajo

Author: 
N. H. Bibo
Article Date: 
April 1, 1954
Article Abstract: 
A boy edges his sheep closer to the day school and thus finds a chance to go to school
Language: 
English
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The right to read

Author: 
S.L.Wooden
Article Date: 
January 1976
Language: 
English
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The new look in Navajo education

Author: 
A. H. Clark
Article Date: 
June 1956
Article Abstract: 
Dormitory for Navajo school children at Gallup, New Mexico
Language: 
English
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The Navajos and their College: bad feelings in a bleak setting

Author: 
W.Trombley
Article Date: 
May 12, 1973
Language: 
English
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The Navajos in a complex society

Author: 
B. George
Article Date: 
January 1979
Article Abstract: 
Examines "effects of the history of education for the Navajo...reviewing influences and revealing relationships between the Navajo and the United States..."
Language: 
English
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Bibliography
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The Navajo student and the Tennessee Self Concept

Author: 
P. Tempest
Article Date: 
July 1985
Article Abstract: 
The Navajo student is generally high in conflict and low in self concept. Comments by "successful Navajo" are extremely enlightening.
Language: 
English
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