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Title: Native American students going to and staying in postsecondary education: An intervention perspective.

Description: It has long been argued that access to quality education K–16 is “key to closing the economic and social gap.”1 Given this, it is undeniable that Native American youth are part of a large cadre who deserve a better system of student and learning supports to enable them to have an equal opportunity to succeed at each level of their formal education.

Access at:   http://smhp.psych.ucla.edu/pdfdocs/native.pdf  100kb