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

by | Sep 2, 2022 | Education

Grantee 
Project Name 
Award Amount

Alaska Pacific University 
Tumyaraa: The Path Bridging Program Project 
$817,394  

Arctic Slope Community Foundation
Aullaaġvik – Indigenous Educator Apprenticeship Development 
$784,256

Bering Strait School District
Circle of Learning 
$1,577,682

Bristol Bay Native Corporation Education Foundation
Bristol Bay Teaching and Learning Collaborative Project
$1,419,852 

Calista Education and Culture, Inc. 
The Yuuyaraq Cultural Immersion Camps project
$2,264,012

Central Council Tlingit & Haida Indian Tribes of Alaska
Kei Naltseen Haa Sgóoni (Our School is Being Strengthened)
$1,243,485  

Clare Swan Early Learning Center 
La’a Kenu Enhancement 
$778,632  

Cook Inlet Tribal Council 
Schoolyard Enhancement program 
$1,278,286  

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 
$1,499,770  

Doyon Foundation 
Doyon Languages Online in the Classroom Project 
$145,621 

Fairbanks Native Association 
Fairbanks Native Association’s Native Learners Project 
$1,219,608  

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation 
Haa Shuká Tundatáani 
$797,074  

Goldbelt Heritage Foundation 
Yee Yeex̱ Kawdliyáas’ 
$464,004  

Kawerak, Inc. 
Early Language and Culture Revitalization: Language Immersion Project 
$750,000  

Klawock City School District 
SOAR 
$918,360  

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Building For the Future 
$1,499,809  

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Talgunda Huhghighilyahda Dena’ina (Ready for Tomorrow) 
$1,499,568  

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Kununi a Dena’Ina (Gathering of Food) 
$1,447,486  

Knik Tribe, Inc. 
Alaska STEAM Hub 
$1,462,752  

Project GRAD Kenai Peninsula 
POWER UP Project, Promoting Opportunity, Wisdom, Education, and Resilience for Underserved Populations 
$1,127,885  

Saint Mary’s School District 
Saint Mary’s City School District Yupʻik Culture Project 
$911,683  

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Opening the Box: Culturally Responsive STEAM Education for Middle School 
$2,636,381  

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Indigenizing and Transforming Teacher and Administrator Preparation 
$2,158,514  

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Át Koowaháa: Expanding the Tlingit Culture, Language, and Literacy Program’s Dual Language Pathway for Alaska Native Students project 
$2,136,591  

Sealaska Heritage Institute 
Our Ancestors’ Echoes: Xaad Kil, Sm’algyax, and Lingit 
$1,909,341  

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

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