Tribal colleges score legislative triumph

Ambler, Marjane
March 2000
Tribal College Journal;Spring2000, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p34
Reports that the United States Congress awarded tribal colleges an increase in federal funding in November 1999. Tribal colleges as members of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium; Level needed by tribal colleges to support core operational costs; Highly political nature of the budget and appropriations negotiations; Recognition of the accomplishments of tribal colleges despite being underfunded.


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