By Jon Reyhner,Jeanne Eder
In this entire background of yank Indian schooling within the usa from colonial occasions to the current, historians and educators Jon Reyhner and Jeanne Eder discover the large spectrum of local stories in missionary, govt, and tribal boarding and day colleges. This updated survey is the 1st one-volume resource for these drawn to academic reform guidelines and missionary and govt efforts to Christianize and “civilize” American Indian children.
Drawing on firsthand bills from academics and scholars, American Indian Education considers and analyzes moving academic regulations and philosophies, paying detailed awareness to the passage of the local American Languages Act and present efforts to revitalize local American cultures.
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