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Young scientist’s project wins first place at Navajo Nation Science Fair

For their capstone project at Diné College, students aren’t just going to read or study from a book on tribal economics — they’re going to update a book on the subject.

An Aneth student’s project will be featured in a national exhibit of student ceramics next month.

For the last few years, the Middle College High School located on the University of New Mexico-Gallup campus has been the premier dual-credit high school in the Gallup-McKinley County School District. All students from Middle College graduate with college credit, and some with an associate degree.

What does it take to field a winning academic team? Make school both challenging and fun, says Piñon Accelerated Middle School counselor and spelling coach Bob Tsinnie.

Scholarship funds available to Navajo students should get a boost of nearly 8 percent, if a bill to add $1.6 million to the Office of Navajo Nation Scholarship and Financial Assistance budget makes it through the Navajo Nation Council.

Officials tout low-cost apartments for UNM Navajo students

Robert Hunter started two years ago as the chief executive officer for Middle College High School, a charter school in Gallup.

When Hunter Warren was accepted into Utah State University-Eastern last year, his family was thrilled and supportive of their first-generation college student.

The Navajo Nation will continue to ask for its full appropriation for Navajo Head Start, even though the feds are threatening a drastic budget cut.