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Working together, programs produce 22 doctoral graduates

Only 3.2 percent of Navajos receive a graduate or professional degree, according to a 2010 U.S. Census report. Miranda Haskie, from Lukachukai, Arizona, is part of this percentage.

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Casamero Lake parents call for recall of school board

Parents at a public hearing at Casamero Lake Chapter House on June 20 called for a recall of the board of Borrego Pass School, Dibé Yazhi Ha’bitiin Ji’ Olta.

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WR valedictorian: ‘It’s crazy how time works’

For Window Rock High School seniors, their entire education so far boiled down to one day: May 26.

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Gallup-McKinley parents no longer must buy school supplies

Parents of students at Gallup-McKinley County Schools will no longer have to buy school supplies.

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Ganado High’s Davis earns large scholarship

Ganado High School senior Nizhonabah Davis faced a new reality when she first moved to the Navajo Nation and she faces a new adventure when she heads for China on scholarship next year.

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Tuba City senior learning, ready for welding school

Samthony Parrish, a senior at Tuba City High School, has a career path as a welder ahead of him and a family behind him.

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Finally, despite controversy, Alamo school has a board

Weeks after the April 18 special election, the Navajo Election Administration officially named a four-member board for the Alamo Navajo Community School, one seat off from the full five-member board. 

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Roessel to Rock Point grads: Leave room for serendipity

Most graduation speeches are a variation of this theme: Work very hard and you will achieve your dreams.

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Class of 3 gets royal treatment at Tsé Chizhi

No one can say the Rough Rock High School Class of 2017 got cheated out of their pomp and circumstance on account of there being only three of them.

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First hill climbed, St. Michaels Head Start promoted

Their first hill, perhaps one out of many more, is out of the way.