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Charter schools: Public schools with focus, flexibility

Dził Ditł’ooí School Of Empowerment, Action And Perseverance, or DEAP School, works to root students in the Diné culture of the Red Lake area, an ambition made possible by its status as a charter school.

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Student finds some bottled water unhealthily acidic

Gregory Hurley’s study shows that snow and at least 14 kinds of bottled water are no safer than tap water.

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Shí, Robot

Students and professors at the Southwestern Indian Polytechnic Institute have developed a voice-operated robot that can be commanded using the Diné language.

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Hive of complicated words doesn’t sting great spellers at Western

Judges say the words in this year’s Western Navajo Spelling Bee were more difficult than at previous contests.

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Record number of Chinle students make honor band

A record of 12 music students from Chinle High School passed the auditions for Arizona Northeast Regional Honor Band last weekend, making them eligible to train with the region’s best young musicians for a concert in Snowflake, on Feb. 18.

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These fish really are in schools

Native fish from the Navajo Nation are making a comeback in Diné schools as part of a learning program.

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Navajo education: Who’s in charge?

So, Navajo Nation has about six different types of schools, but who’s in charge?

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A proud carriage

‘Legacy of Excellence’ bus honors Ganado grads who made good

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NTU plans 38-acre campus in Chinle

Navajo Technical University is advertising for bids for a 6,000-square-foot steel building — the first structure in an ambitious 38-acre campus …

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Diné art professor loves her work, community

As a college professor of printmaking and art, Melanie Yazzie gets inspiration from her Navajo culture and abroad.