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News & Events
Dr. John Tippeconnic III
Friday, May 3rd, 2019 at 2:00 - 3:30 PM
On UO Campus, HEDCO Education Building, Room 220
The education of American Indians and Alaska Natives has been and continues to be challenging for students, parents, educators, administrators, policy-makers, and others that implement policies and direct programs. Many students do well in school, including colleges and universities, but too many continue to struggle. After 50 years serving as an Indian educator in institutions of higher education, Dr. Tippeconnic will reflect on the past, comment on the present and discuss the future of Indian education.
This video highlights the practical and human consequences of the gap between funding and need of Direct Support Professionals (DSP). Individuals with disabilities, families and providers share stories of the impact of this crisis in real, human terms.
A list of talks that represent a range of experiences, disabilities, messages and styles.
Access our CHD training materials including short training videos, presentations, and upcoming CHD training events.