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Where American Indian Students Go to School: Enrollment in Seven Central Region States

by Helen Apthorp

This report provides descriptive information about the location and native language use of schools in the REL Central Regio with high enrollment of American Indian students, whether Bureau of Indian Education schools or non-Bureau of Indian Education high-density American Indian schools (schools with 25 percent or more American Indian student enrollment). Of the 208 schools with high American Indian student enrollment (33 BIE and 173 HDAI schools), 83% are located in the region's rural areas. The schools located in counties with the highest concentration of Native North American language speakers are in South Dakota, Wyoming, and Colorado.

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Central | Publication Type: Descriptive Study | Publication
Date: January 2016

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