Montana uses culture to keep American Indian students in school

04/12/2012 | Indian Country Today

The on-time graduation rate for American Indian high-school students in Montana sits at just 59.3%. Teachers there say they hope offering culturally relevant American Indian culture as part of the curriculum will keep more students in school while promoting better understanding among all cultures.

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