Minnesota schools teaching tribal heritage

02/13/2007 | Twincities.com

A curriculum that discusses tribal heritage originally designed for reservation students is debuting in St. Paul, Minn., this year with the help of a more than $200,000 grant. Native Americans comprise about 2% of St. Paul's public school student population, but officials say they hope to offer the lessons to every student.

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