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Adams, D. (2014). Beyond Horace Mann: Telling stories about Indian education. History of Education Quarterly, 54(3), 384-394. 

Andrade, M. (2014). The successful educational journeys of American Indian women: Forming aspirations for higher education. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 16(1), 21-38. 

Belgarde, M., Mitchell, R., & Arquero, A. (2002). What do we have to do to create culturally responsive programs?: The challenge of transforming American Indian teacher education. Action in Teacher Education, 24(2), 42-54. doi:10.1080/01626620.2002.10734418 

Brayboy, B., & Castagno, A. (2009). Self‐determination through self‐education: Culturally responsive schooling for Indigenous students in the USA. Teaching Education, 20(1), 31-53. doi:10.1080/104762108026817091 

Brayboy, B., Fann, A., Castagno, A., & Solyom, J., (2012, February). Postsecondary education for American Indian and Alaska Natives: Higher education for nation building and self-determination. ASHE Higher Education Report, 37(5), Jossey-Bass: San Francisco. 

Butterfield, R. (1983). The development and use of culturally appropriate curriculum for American Indian students. Peabody Journal of Education, 61(1), 49-66. 

Cajete, G., & Pueblo, S. (2010). Contemporary Indigenous education: A nature-centered American Indian philosophy for a 21st century world. Futures, 42, 1126-1132. 

Curtis, E., Wikaire, E., Kool, B., Honey, M., Kelly, F., Poole, P., & Reid, P. (2015). What helps and hinders Indigenous student success in higher education health programmes: A qualitative study using the Critical Incident Technique. Higher Education Research & Development, 34(3), 486-500. oi:10.1080/07294360.2014.973378 

Deyhle, D., & Swisher, K. (1997). Research in American Indian and Alaska Native education: From assimilation to self-determination. Review of Research in Education, 22, 113-194. 

Duncan, A., Yudin, M., & Silverthorne, J. (2011). Tribal leaders speak: The state of American Indian education, 2010. U.S. Department of Higher Education

Hodge, D., Pasquesi, K., Hirsh, M., & LePore, P. (2007). From convocation to capstone: Developing the student as a scholar. Network for Academic Renewal Conference, 1-16. 

Hudiburg, M., Mascher, E., Sagehorn, A., & Stidham, J. (2015). Moving toward a culturally competent model of education: Preliminary results of a study of culturally responsive teaching in an American Indian community. School Libraries Worldwide, 21(1), 137-148. 

Huffman, T. (2010). Theoretical Perspectives on American Indian Education Taking a New Look at Academic Success and the Achievement Gap. Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Pub. Group. 

effries, R., Nix, M., & Singer, C. (2002). Urban American Indians "dropping" out of traditional high schools: Barriers & bridges to success. The High School Journal, 38-46. 

Lopez, F., Heilig, J., & Schram, J. (2013). A story within a story: Culturally responsive schooling and American Indian and Alaska Native achievement in the National Indian Education Study. American Journal of Education, 119, 513-538. 

Meza, N. (2015). Indian education: maintaining tribal sovereignty through Native American culture and language preservation. B.Y.U. Education and Law Journal, 353-366. 

Patterson Silver Wolf, D., VanZile-Tamsen, C., Black, J., Billiot, S., & Tovar, M. (2015). Impact of disability and other physical health issues on academic outcomes among American Indian and Alaskan Native college students: An exploratory analysis. Journal of Social Work in Disability & Rehabilitation. doi:10.1080/1536710X.2015.1068254 

Rajaram, S., & Fiscus, C. (2014). Building research capacity on the rez: An interinstitution collaborative effort. Progress in Community Health Partnerships Progress in Community Health Partnerships: Research, Education, and Action, 8(4), 495-500. doi:10.1353/cpr.2014.0052 

Ross, T., Kena, G., Rathbun, A., KewalRamani, A., Zhang, J., Kristapovich, P., & Manning, E. (2012). Higher Education: Gaps in Access and Persistence Study (NCES 2012-046). U.S. Department of Education, National Center for Education Statistics. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. 

Shanahan, J., Liu, X., Manak, J., Miller, S., Tan, J., & Wen Yu, C. (2015). Research-informed practice, practice-informed research: The integral role of undergraduate research in professional disciplines. Council on Undergraduate Research, 35(4), 6-16. 

Tippeconnic, J., & Tippeconnic Fox, M. (2012). American Indian tribal values: A critical consideration in the education of American Indians/Alaska Natives today. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 25(7), 841-853. doi:10.1080/09518398.2012.720730 

Usher, K., Lindsay, D., Miller, M., & Miller, A. (2005). Challenges faced by Indigenous nursing students and strategies that aided their progress in the course: A descriptive study. Contemporary Nurse, 19(1-2), 17-31. doi:10.5172/conu.19.1-2.17 

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