American Indian Studies Program Guide
In this increasingly homogenous society, the American Indian Studies Program Guide provides a framework for college educators and administrators to develop degree programs focusing on American Indian studies, with an eye toward creating future leaders for Indian communities.
These degree programs are intended to help American Indians gain control of their own educational systems and develop institutions that can help to reverse the alarmingly high dropout rate. This book provides all the tools necessary for college educators and administrators to develop top-notch programs, including:
* Diagnostic tests to determine students' level of knowledge
* Defined learning goals and objectives
* Seminar descriptions
* Established grading criteria
* Useful outside resources
Six courses make up the interdisciplinary curriculum: The North American Indian, American Indian History, American Indian Law and Federal Policy, American Indian Religion and Philosophy, American Indian Literature, and the History of American Indian Education.
The American Indian Studies Program Guide offers a proven approach and insights into the problems American Indians have faced in the past and the battles they continue to fight today.
About the author
BYRON LEE BLACKWELL graduated from New College School of Law and earned a master's degree in Ethnic Studies from San Francisco State University, as well as a Doctoral degree in American Indian Higher Education from Nova Southeastern University. He wrote three textbooks for his Doctorate in Higher Education. An American Indian he recently lived in Tucson, Arizona.
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