Are charter schools the way to solve Bureau of Indian Education woes?
BIE schools spend approximately $20k per pupil per year, yet educational outcomes are poor. Advocate suggests a new path.
WASHINGTON — During last week’s hearing of the Alyce Spotted Bear and Walter Soboleff Commission on Native Children, the potential for charter schools to solve perennial Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) problems in educating Native children received a major spotlight.
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