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WINDOW ROCK It’s a scholarship that’s funded from the pockets of alumni and Native American staff of Teach for America.

About 130 students filled the gym at Kin Da Lichi’i Olta’ and anxiously awaited their surprise Friday.

New Mexico’s Isleta Pueblo is poised to lead Indian Country in taking full control over its schools.

What do you get when you let students plan something on their own? A whole lot of success.

About 101 students received the Chief Manuelito Scholarship this year and celebrated with an awards ceremony at Red Rock Park on Friday.

Brooke Overturf of Window Rock was momentarily flustered as she stood holding hands Thursday with Michelle Obama, while hundreds of other Native American youth crowded around, hoping for a handshake.

Already, he’s giving back to his community

Hillerman’s daughter resurrects her father’s series

The issue of students attending schools outside their district, even outside their county or state, is a common concern among Arizona public schools in the Navajo Nation, according to public school officials.

Four-year-old Alexander Apachito couldn’t wait until graduation day.