Okla. to allow for more tribal-language instruction

12/25/2013 | Oklahoman (Oklahoma City), The

Lawmakers in Oklahoma altered a rule this year allowing the state's education department to offer an annual certification to American Indian language instructors, who now can teach tribal languages in the state's public schools under the supervision of a certified teacher. All tribal languages spoken in Oklahoma are considered endangered, a department official said.

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