Educational Views of the Leaders of American Indian Grassroots Organizations

By Tzu-Yi Hsu and Mark Daniels.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This project investigated the educational views of the leaders of American Indian grassroots organizations that have received no funding or support from any government agency.

Keywords: Native Americans, Grassroots Organization, Community Service

International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 8, pp.155-162. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 850.859KB).

Dr. Tzu-Yi Hsu

Tzu-Yi Hsu is Assistant Professor of Technology for Education & Training at the University of South Dakota. Her specialized areas are in educational technology and multicultural education as well as issues in educational foundations. Her current research interests include cultural diversity, educational technology, educational reform, and concerns related to the areas of educational foundation.

Dr Mark Daniels

Dr. Mark C Daniels is a Native American (Winnebago, Navajo, Ute). He is a licensed clinical psychologist. His research interests have centered on historical trauma and unresolved grief among Native Americans and diabetes and psychosocial issues among Northern Plains Native Americans.


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