Education

Back to homepage

Sitting around their 95-year-old great-grandmother, Berna Little, Eileen Haskie’s grandchildren listen to her speak Navajo to them, teaching them about their identity rooted in history and in language.

For inspiration and examples of success, the list of female leaders at Diné College includes Maggie George, Marie Etsitty Nez and Geraldine Garrity

Fifth graders at Be’ak’id Baa’ Ahoodzání initiated a project that demanded all the fundamentals of the scientific method, according to a news release from Piñon Elementary.

Like Mark Twain, who famously remarked, “Rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated” after seeing his own obituary in a newspaper, Jim Eubank has been hearing lots of rumors about himself.

When Many Farms Elementary School Principal David Moore won a helicopter ride in a recent charity golf tournament, his first thought was, “I wish I could share this with my students!”

A group of young men and boys were outside of the Dzil Ditl’ooí School of Empowerment, Action and Perseverance helping keep the fire going for the school’s Navajo New Year celebration.

Sheldon Begay is a Navajo warrior and he is creating what could be best described as mass hysteria wherever he appears on the Navajo Reservation. Begay is the Warrior mascot first created almost 50 years ago by officials at then Navajo Community College.

When it comes to the school-to-jail pipeline, students with special needs are at-risk of getting swept up regardless of the Individualized Educational Program, 504 plans or diagnosis.

Western Resource Advocates has presented its 2018 Emerging Leader Award to Hopi outdoor education leader Marshall Masayesva.

Diné College is hosting the 50th anniversary scholarship gala and student fundraiser Sept. 22 in Scottsdale, Arizona, to help students with financial needs.