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A school where students can be ''unapologetically Indigenous''
by Amelia Schafer, ICT and the Rapid City Journal
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26 October 2023
On 26 October 2023 Indian Country Today reported:
The faces of over a dozen first-grade students light up as they're asked to sing the ABCs in Lakota, eager to show off the language skills they've learned at the Oceti Sakowin Community Academy in Rapid City, South Dakota. At this school, Lakota language and culture aren't an afterthought or addition to the school's curriculum, it's what the curriculum revolves around. Now, as the school makes its way through its second year, staff and administrators continue to Indigenize learning.
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