Michigan legislation is meant to save Native American languages

10/4/2010 | MichiganRadio.org

A bill recently signed by Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm permits Native American elders without teaching degrees to teach their languages to students in middle and high schools. The legislation was created to preserve Native American languages. The state's curriculum allows students to earn language credits for learning tribal tongues.

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