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PRESIDENT SHELLY AND SUPERINTENDENT ANDREW TAH MEET WITH
FEDERAL OFFICIALS REGARDING NAVAJO HEAD START
Window Rock, Arizona, November 28-29, 2012. President Ben Shelly, Superintendent Andrew M. Tah, Sharon Singer, Navajo Head Start Superint... Read More
On October 31, 2012, President Ben Shelly signed into law Resolution CO-46-12. The Navajo Nation Council by resolution CO-46-12 amends Title 24 Navajo Nation Code Section 620(B)(C) by enacting the "Navajo Nation Sales Tax Distribution Refo... Read More
Window Rock, Arizona – On April 19th and 20th, several Navajo Nation Board of Education (NNBOE) members met with the Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Indian Education. Both federal organizations announced they are undergoing a restructuri... Read More
Window Rock, Arizona-- Navajo Nation Vice President Rex Lee Jim and Navajo Nation Superintendent of Schools Andrew M. Tah met with New Mexico Public Education Secretary Hanna Skandera yesterday to discuss the Department of Diné Education... Read More
(Staff from North Central Association/AdvancED stand with Durrell Dwane Robinson, recipient of the ‘Distinguished Educator Award for Excellence in Diné Education” on April 18th, 2011 at a luncheon held at Quality Inn, Window Rock, Arizona.)
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Window Rock, Arizona – Navajo Nation President Ben Shelly accepted a “generous contribution” in the amount of $186,000.00 from Brad Brown, Sr. Vice President of Peabody Energy.
The check, said Pres. Shelly, will be utilized for scholarships for N... Read More
The Navajo Nation has within its boundaries 139 schools and 105 schools off the Navajo Nation. The determination of the schools off the Navajo Nation is based on the schools proximity to the Navajo reservation (border towns) and the number of Nav... Read More
Since the inception of the NCLB in 2001, the question of who is making AYP year after year has been a typical inquiry from education stakeholders. Summarized below is both tribally controlled schools and Bureau of Indian Education schools.
Tribally... Read More
(Right- Sylvia Jackson was a presenter at the NCA Fall Conference, Left- Superintendent Andrew Tah gives the opening remarks)
Window Rock, Arizona--The Department of Dine Education, North Central Accreditation (NCA) and AdvancED hosted four (4)... Read More