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Ganado students participate in Ganado Pee Wee Science fair

It’s never too early to learn about science.

Education

Results mixed for young school board candidates

Voters in the northern part of the reservation took a chance on a candidate just three years out of high school for their school board member, while another young, progressive school board candidate did not fare so well farther south.

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Diné brothers to compete in international robotics competition

When one thinks of robots, images of movies like “Terminator” or “Wall-E” might come to mind, or possibly thoughts of robots fighting. But for two brothers, robots invoke mental competition.

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Diné raising funds for summer trip to Europe

Not many people can say they’ve traveled overseas to represent the Navajo Nation, but young Native Josiah Lester hopes to do that during his Culture Clubs trip to Europe this summer.

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20-year-old files for school board

If you’re dissatisfied with your public education, you basically have two options.

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WR board votes to end Jackson-Dennison’s contract

The Window Rock Unified School District Monday voted to terminate its contract with its superintendent, Deborah Jackson-Dennison. The vote was unanimous.

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Working and learning together

The Ganado Middle School Lego Robotics Club took their shot in the First Lego League challenge at the Arizona Official Qualifying Tournament last month.

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Center hosts graduation for 53 GED students

The New Life Learning Center offers one of the few General Education Development programs on the Navajo Nation and they were happy to graduate over 50 students on Dec. 5.

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Educators say no to BIE schools proposal

Most of the testimony the Navajo Nation Department of Diné Education heard from the public Monday about wresting control of Bureau of Indian Education schools was against the idea.

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600 youth attend Native American College Day

More than 600 Native youth and their families, some traveling in buses from as far away as Tuba City, arrived on University of Arizona campus for the second annual Native American College Day.