This guide was designed to help state and local education agencies conduct needs assessments to better understand the strengths, challenges, and needs unique to schools serving American Indian students. It includes surveys developed collaboratively with communities that serve American Indian students to reflect the most relevant topics. Using results from these surveys, the guide provides examples of how to target and monitor improvement efforts that reduce gaps in outcomes between American Indian students and other students.
ERIC DescriptorsAmerican Indian Education, American Indian Students, At Risk Students, Attendance, Bullying, Community Involvement, Culturally Relevant Education, Data Analysis, Data Collection, Data Use, Educational Improvement, Equal Education, Faculty Development, Information Dissemination, Mental Health, Needs Assessment, Planning, Poverty, School Culture, Social Emotional Learning, Social Influences, Student Characteristics, Student Needs, Surveys, Teacher Persistence, Teacher Recruitment, Test Construction, Testing, Well Being
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Date: January 2020