Indigenous Language Revitalization in United States Public Education

Over my first summer as a Laidlaw Scholar, I researched United States public education policy, the pedagogy of teaching Indigenous students, ethnic studies curricula, and how those concepts intersect with the growing movement to revitalize Indigenous American languages.

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