Northern Arapaho students to be taught in native language

10/17/2008 | International Herald Tribune

To prevent the extinction of the Arapaho language, the Native American tribe has opened a school that will teach lessons exclusively in the language that boasts only 200 living native speakers. The school will begin with 22 students in pre-kindergarten, kindergarten and first grade, but leaders hope to eventually expand it up to 12th grade in an effort to pass on Arapaho to a new generation.

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