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Two libraries on the Navajo Nation will be able to update their collections this summer.

High school graduation is a happy time, but it’s also a time when teens are at their most vulnerable.

It’s that time of year again when students wipe tears from watery eyes, exchange final goodbyes, and throw their graduation caps into the air. It’s graduation season, which also means commencement speeches.

The most exciting speech at a high school graduation usually comes from alumni or an elected official but students from Shiprock High School will face a judge.

Chinle student earns top honors at AZ science fair

A bill passed by the Arizona Legislature last Thursday will give students residing on Indian reservations the option of using their share of state school funding to pursue other educational options, such as charter, home or online schools.

A gym filled with kids, paint, newspapers, soil and water may sound chaotic, but for Ganado Elementary, it meant the start of planting season for the Green Hornet’s Garden Club.

If a public hearing last week in Dilkon is any indication, parents, teachers and school administrators may be starting to warm up to the idea of the tribe taking over the Bureau of Indian Education schools on the Navajo Nation.

For some students, it’s a relief to spell 10 words right, but for fourth grader Mikaele Curley he was shocked he spelled 1,000 sight words with zero mistakes.

Students from Hopi High School want to take their journalism skills on the road, and possibly gain a few along the way.