U.S. Department of Education Awards Over $35 Million to Alaska Native Education Program to Support Unique Experience of Alaska Native Students | U.S – US Department of Education

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Project Name 
Award Amount

Alaska Pacific University 
Tumyaraa: The Path Bridging Program Project 

Arctic Slope Community Foundation
Aullaaġvik – Indigenous Educator Apprenticeship Development 

Bering Strait School District
Circle of Learning 

Bristol Bay Native Corporation Education Foundation
Bristol Bay Teaching and Learning Collaborative Project

Calista Education and Culture, Inc. 
The Yuuyaraq Cultural Immersion Camps project

Central Council Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
Kei Naltseen Haa Sgóoni (Our School is Being Strengthened)

Clare Swan Early Learning Center 
La’a Kenu Enhancement 

Cook Inlet Tribal Council 
Schoolyard Enhancement program 

Douglas Indian Association 
Haa Shuka Kaawu Jooni Aya Oowahaan (We Are Our Ancestor’s Dream); Anax Yaa Andagan Ye Daakahidi: (Where the Sun Rays Touch First) Cultural Historic Education and Language Preservation Center 

Doyon Foundation 
Doyon Languages Online in the Classroom Project 

Fairbanks Native Association 
Fairbanks Native Association’s Native Learners Project 

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation 
Haa Shuká Tundatáani 

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation 
Yee Yeex̱ Kawdliyáas’ 

Kawerak, Inc. 
Early Language and Culture Revitalization: Language Immersion Project 

Klawock City School District 

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Building For the Future 

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Talgunda Huhghighilyahda Dena’ina (Ready for Tomorrow) 

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Kununi a Dena’Ina (Gathering of Food) 

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Alaska STEAM Hub 

Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula 
POWER UP Project, Promoting Opportunity, Wisdom, Education, and Resilience for Underserved Populations 

Saint Mary’s School District 
Saint Mary’s City School District Yupʻik Culture Project 

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Opening the Box: Culturally Responsive STEAM Education for Middle School 

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Indigenizing and Transforming Teacher and Administrator Preparation 

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Át Koowaháa: Expanding the Tlingit Culture, Language, and Literacy Program’s Dual Language Pathway for Alaska Native Students project 

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Our Ancestors’ Echoes: Xaad Kil, Sm’algyax, and Lingit 

Tyonek Tribal Conservation District 
Tyonek Youth Conservation Science Program for Alaska Native Youth …

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