Native-American Dropouts from High School
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In this article, the writer looks at research regarding Native-American dropouts from high school. The writer notes that the problems that arose in the process of locating young Native-Americans who had dropped out of school, helped the researchers come to terms with the kind of poverty and depressing environments in which these people lived. The writer concludes that as a nation, America took most of the Indian's lands away from them, placed them on reservations, and now the U.S. allows giant corporations to profit by exploiting and polluting the land the Indians count on for their survival. The writer maintains that this should be a topic in all high schools, especially Native-American high schools.
Sample of Sources Used:
- Coladarci, Theodore. "High-School Dropout Among Native Americans." Journal of American Indian Education 23.1 (1983): 1-5.
- Reyhner, Jon. "Dropout Nation." Indian Education Today. June 2006, 28-30.
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