American Indian charter blends technology, tradition

11/1/2007 | Miami Herald (free registration), The

A new Seminole charter school is teaching its students cutting-edge technology alongside the native Seminole language. "Our elders taught us life skills -- how to hunt and when to plant," said Max B. Osceola Jr., the tribe's representative. "Today we're in the 21st century. ... Today we have businesses around the world -- and who's going to run these businesses?"

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