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American Indian Educators Summit

Central Lakes College and five sister institutions in the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system will co-host the May 2 and 3 American Indian Educators Summit at Grand View Lodge, Nisswa. Among presenters are Dr. Anton Treuer (pictured), Larry Aitken, and Annie Humphrey. Co-hosts are Lake Superior College, Bemidji State University, Minnesota State University, Mankato, St. Cloud State University, and Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College. Students who are pursuing a field in education, social work, economic and community development are encouraged to attend. The summit is a call to action to share knowledge about our past, state our current efforts and gather input for future plans. It is billed as an educational and engaging experience focused on American Indian education. It is designed for K-16 educators, students in teacher training programs, those involved with the education of American Indian students including classroom teachers, teacher aides, curriculum specialists, library media specialists, guidance counselors, home-school coordinators, Title IX/JOM coordinators and administrators, tribal education staff, college and university faculty, staff and administrators, and those with an interest in American Indian Studies and/or American Indian education. Registration deadline is April 20. For information, contact Mary Sam, director of diversity at CLC, 218-855-8159, msam@clcmn.edu

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