PROGRAM SUMMARY ASU deliverables: 1. Develop a teacher curriculum and provide classes at ASU and Navajo Nation that meet the Office of Navajo Nation Head Start Performance Standards. 2. Counsel and advise Program students, supporting them in completing the requirements for ASU Bachelor of Arts in Educational Studies with an Early Childhood emphasis. 3. Partner with the Center for Indian Education to provide in-service of a cultural nature to further enhance Program students knowledge and appreciation for American Indian history and culture. 4. Provide monitoring and advisory support to educators while they are enrolled in the Program. 5. Provide appropriate curriculum instruction for Fall 2013, Spring 2014, Fall 2014, Spring 2015, Fall 2015, and Spring 2016. 6. Reimburse the Instructional Leader for travel related to faculty meetings and trainings. Overall Goals of the program: 1. Develop highly qualified teachers serving the Navajo Nation. 2. Consult and advise the Navajo Nation on the professional development of teachers. 3. Develop and provide classes on a schedule and at locations as shall be agreed upon. 4. Admit academically qualified Navajo students and other academically qualified enrolled tribal member students of the Navajo Nation and deem such students as in-state for tuition purposes.
|Effective start/end date||7/22/13 → 7/31/16|
- US Department of Education (DOEd): $162,061.00
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