The 1972 Indian Education Act was the landmark legislation establishing a comprehensive approach to meeting the unique needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students. The unique aspects of the original authority have been retained through subsequent legislative reauthorizing statutes, with the latest revision occurring with the amendments made by the 2001 No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB), which reauthorized the program as Title VII Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The Indian Education legislation is unique in the following ways:
It recognizes that American Indians have unique, educational and culturally related academic needs and distinct language and cultural needs;
It is the only comprehensive Federal Indian Education legislation, that deals with American Indian education from pre-school to graduate-level education and reflects the diversity of government involvement in Indian education;
It focuses national attention on the educational needs of American Indian learners, reaffirming the Federal government's special responsibility related to the education of American Indians and Alaska Natives; and
It provides services to American Indians and Alaska Natives that are not provided by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
1972 legislation establishing a approach to meeting needs of American Indian and Alaska Native students and still continues to this day.
The trail that was caused by the Indian removal act was the Trail of Tears.
The Indian Forest Act was passed in 1927 by the Central Legislative Assembly.
The main demand of Native American advocacy groups that was met with the passage of the Indian Self Determination Act of 1975 was allowing tribes to have more control over both education and resources on their reservations. It was signed into law on January 4, 1975.
About 7-8 years it started in 1831 and ended in 1838-1839
wood dispatch is basically a act in 1854.. it spreaded western education in india...
The Indian self determination and Education Assistance Act was signed into law on January 4th 1975
Education given by Indian thinkers
The motto of South Indian Education Society is 'Rise With Education'.
Indian Removal Act
not really but some are friendly with education
Indian education is very worst in case of career orientation
the Indian act was introduced in 1876
South Indian Education Society was created in 1932.
South Indian Education Society High School's motto is 'RISE WITH EDUCATION'.
None- The Indian Act is a type of treaty
The Indian Act of Canada was (still is) a law designed to integrate "Indians" in Canada into the mainstream economy and culture. Introduced in 1876, the act allowed the Canadian government almost complete control over how Indians lived and interacted with non-Indians. At the same time, it gave the government special responsibility for the health, education, and lands of much of the Indian population.