The 2015 Indian Education Summit is on June 29-30, at the National Center for Employee Development (NCED) Conference Center and Hotel in Norman, Oklahoma. This summit is hosted by the American Indian Institute (Aii) in conjunction with the South Central Comprehensive Center at the University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State Department of Education, and the University of Oklahoma Outreach. The summit celebrates and encourages “Indian Education for All.” Presenters and speakers will share resources, information, strategies, and successful programs as well as provide the opportunity for further networking and collaboration. This event addresses a variety of culturally-relevant educational issues in the Native American community. The conference provides workshops on college and career readiness standards, culture and language, Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) and tribal services. The audience for this summit is PK-12 educators, administrators, counselors, Indian education directors, tribal service providers, civic and community organization leaders, legislators and state offices, BIA/BIE/HIS employees, and members of the higher education community that are encouraged to attend.
For more information please visit: www.aii.ou.edu/conference/event/12/