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Sharing Our Pathways: Native Perspectives on Education in Alaska


reviewed by Alan L. Neville — May 11, 2014

coverTitle: Sharing Our Pathways: Native Perspectives on Education in Alaska
Author(s): Ray Barnhardt, Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley (eds.)
Publisher: University of Alaska Press, Fairbanks
ISBN: 1877962449, Pages: 366, Year: 2011
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: May 11, 2014
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 17528, Date Accessed: 10/31/2014 7:39:33 PM

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  • Alan Neville
    Northern State University
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    ALAN L. NEVILLE is a Professor of Education and department chair for elementary, secondary, and special education at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. He usually teaches classes in South Dakota Indian Studies, Human Relations, and Educational Assessment. He recently published “The Diminishment of the Great Sioux Reservation: Treaties, Tricks, and Time” in the Fall 2013 issue of Great Plains Quarterly. He has published three online articles for Teaching Tolerance: “Language Immersion in Just One Day” in February 2012, “Field Trips Make Learning Fun” in October 2011, and “University Partnership Offers Win for All Students” in August 2011. Neville is an appointed member of the South Dakota Commission on Teaching & Learning.
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