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International Children's Day began in the early 20th century to promote children’s rights and welfare.
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Celebrating Diversity at Tohono O'odham
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In our global society, it is important to understand the diverse array of cultures that make up the world. The Bureau of Indian Education is diverse, with schools serving 40,000 students across 23 states and 64 reservations.
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Teacher reading a book to students sitting on the floor.
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Elementary students across the United States, including at Bureau of Indian Education schools like Tohono O'odham, look forward to Read Across America Week each year.
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Students in a classroom using laptops.
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On this Digital Learning Day, we’re providing an update on the impact of the technology upgrades and increased virtual capabilities provided by the Bureau of Indian Education for students and staff.
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Four graduates standing in front of a cake.
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Tohono O’odham High School held its first senior night for fall/winter sports on Thursday, Jan. 25, in the school’s gymnasium. The school expressed heartfelt gratitude to the senior athletes and their parents for their outstanding dedication in representing the Eagles.
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November is Native American Heritage Month, a time to celebrate and honor the rich cultures, traditions and contributions of Indigenous Nations and people across the United States.
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