To Remain an Indian : Lessons in Democracy from a Century of Native American Educationby Lomawaima, K. Tsianina
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Table of Contents
|Choice and self-determination : central lessons from American Indian education||p. 1|
|The strengths of indigenous education : overturning myths about Indian learners||p. 16|
|Women's arts and children's songs : domesticating Indian culture, 1900-1928||p. 43|
|How to "remain and Indian"? : power struggles in the safety zone, 1928-1940||p. 67|
|Control of culture : federally produced bilingual materials, 1936-1954||p. 91|
|Indigenous bilingual/bicultural education : challenging the safety zone||p. 114|
|"The new American revolution" : indigenous language survival and linguistic human rights||p. 134|
|Testing tribal sovereignty : self-determination and high-stakes tests||p. 150|
|Coda : consummating the democratic ideal||p. 167|
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