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The Tribal Environment and Natural Resources Management Approach to Indian Education and Student Assessment
Journal of American Indian Education (2003)
  • Gigi Berardi, Western Washington University
  • Dan Burns
  • Phillip Duran
  • Roberto Gonzalez-Plaza
  • Sharon Kinley
  • Lynn Robbins
  • Ted Williams
  • Wayne Woods
Abstract

The Tribal Environmental and Natural Resources Management (TENRM) program at Northwest Indian College is a pilot program intended to provide an education in environmental science that is grounded in the American Indian and Alaska Native perspectives and traditions crucial to tribal survival. Northwest Indian College is a tribal college located in Washington State. The college is chartered by the Lummi Nation.

Keywords
  • TENRM,
  • Northwest Indian College,
  • Indian education
Publication Date
2003
Publisher Statement
Published by the Center for Indian Education of the School of Social Transformation at Arizona State University
Citation Information
Gigi Berardi, Dan Burns, Phillip Duran, Roberto Gonzalez-Plaza, et al.. "The Tribal Environment and Natural Resources Management Approach to Indian Education and Student Assessment" Journal of American Indian Education Vol. 42 Iss. 1 (2003)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/gigi_berardi/5/