There is no more vital resource to the continued existence and integrity of Tribal Nations than our children. Yet, Native education is in a state of emergency, as our students lag far behind their peers on every educational indicator, from academic achievement to high school and college graduation rates. Tribal Nation participation in education must be strengthened. Tribal Nations and our education agencies are in the best position to address the unique needs of Native America children. As such, Tribal Nations should have the authority and funding to manage education programs in parity with states and school districts.
- USET SPF Comments to the FCC on NPRM to Revise Regulations of the E-Rate Program - April 28, 2023
- USET SPF Comments to Department of Education Regarding Native Language Resource Center - February 10, 2023
- USET SPF Comments on BIE Johnson O'Malley Program - July 2, 2021
- USET SPF Comments re: DOI Consultation on ARP - March 31, 2021
- USET SPF Signs Onto Inter-Tribal Organization Letter to Congress Re: COVID-19 Recovery Legislative Proposal - February 2, 2021
- USET SPF Signs onto Tribal Inter-Org COVID Relief Letter - July 20, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter to DeVos and Bernhardt re: BIE Education CARES Funding - June 12, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter to DeVos and Bernhardt re: CARES Funding - May 20, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter re: COVID-19 Recovery Legislative Proposal (Phase #4) - April 15, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter re: Tribal Education funding implementation workforce development provisions for H.R. 748 - March 31, 2020
- USET SPF Signs onto Joint Letter re: Tribal Priorities for Health Education and Nutrition for COVID19 Stimulus Package - March 20, 2020
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