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DODE calls for criminal investigation of Borrego Pass School

A letter of complaint against the board of Borrego Pass School, known in Navajo as Dibé Yazhi Ha’bitiin Ji’ Ołta, has escalated into calls for an investigation by the Navajo Nation Attorney General.

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NTU continues to grow with new student union, library

When Navajo Technical University opened the doors to its new library and Student Union Building last week, it also unveiled a new era in education.

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Diné Oxford grad ready to help Native communities

Molita Yazzie remembers herself as a teen mom, holding her child and thinking, “My life is over.”

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First Mesa Youth Center making a positive impact on youth

Elvira Sanchez, director of the First Mesa Youth Center, believes the youth program reduces the chances of students resorting to drugs and alcohol.

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Laying a foundation

CTE teachers train students to fill masonry skills gap

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MV Utah students win at county fair

Last month, five students from Monument Valley High School (Utah) won ribbons after entering their projects in the San Juan County Fair.

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Wingate High student receives encouragement from President Obama

When Sean Kinsel, a junior at Wingate High School, wrote a letter to the White House back in April, he got the attention of the nation’s leader and more than just a letter back.

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Infighting within GMCS board impacting city of Gallup

Frank Chiapetti’s job as superintendent of the Gallup-McKinley County School District still remains in limbo, despite news last week from the state that the district, for the second year in a row, showed improvement in student scores.

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Chapter wants RR principal, CEO removed

Rough Rock Community School is earning its name this year. The institution’s 50th anniversary school year is off to a rough and rocky start.

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School board members take to streets to remove superintendent

A group of protesters marched last Thursday to demand the Navajo Nation Council address and their concerns with the superintendent of the Department of Diné Education.