San Carlos Apache Tribe (SCAT) FY2019

Project: Research project

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Description

San Carlos Apache Tribe (SCAT) FY2019 San Carlos Apache Tribe (SCAT) FY2019 A. The , as a grantee of the US Department of Education, Office of Indian Education program, has received a grant to implement the One People One Nation Project. One People One Nation Project is a three-year initiative to: Develop a school based language preservation curriculum and associated assessments, Recruit and train Apache language teachers, and Develop Apache Language proficiency among the San Carlos Apache Indian students pre-K Grade 4 that will lead to enhancement of the Apache culture in everyday life. The program incorporates: assessment and curriculum development, teacher recruitment and training, and school based instruction and expansion of Apache based content instruction during the three years of the project. The program will initially focus on the Pre-school Grade 4; support and provide learning opportunities to students at the Middle and High school levels as the curriculum is developed and teachers are prepared. In addition, One People One Nation will work with its partners to provide activity-based learning opportunities in the community so students are immersed in Apache Language. This can include students developing programming, materials, and resources that are then used in project associated activities.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date7/1/199/29/21

Funding

  • LOCAL: Indian Tribal Governmental Units: $251,098.00

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