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Ensuring No American Indian and Alaska Native Child Is Left Behind

The mission of the Office of Indian Education is to support the efforts of local educational agencies, Indian tribes and organizations, postsecondary institutions, and other entities to meet the unique educational and culturally related academic needs of American Indians and Alaska Natives so that these students can achieve to the same challenging state standards as all students.

The No Child Left Behind Act amends the Indian education programs as Title VII, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. This landmark in education reform embodies four key principles: stronger accountability for results; greater flexibility in the use of federal funds; more choices for parents of children from disadvantaged backgrounds; and an emphasis on research-based instruction that works.


DIRECTORY


ANNOUNCEMENTS AND HIGHLIGHTS
  • NATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL ON INDIAN EDUCATION MEETING SCHEDULED
    The National Advisory Council on Indian Education have scheduled a teleconference meetng for July 1, 2015. The notice was published in the June 18 Federal Register located here: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2015-06-18/pdf/2015-14947.pdf. The purpose of the meeting is to convene the Council to conduct the following business: (1) Final discussion, review and approval of the annual report to Congress; (2) Discuss schedule to submit recommendations to the Secretary of Education on funding and administration of programs; and, (3) decide on possible dates for the next open public meeting(s) for the NACIE. The Council is established within the Department of Education to advise the Secretary of Education on the funding and administration (including the development of regulations, and administrative policies and practices) of any program over which the Secretary has jurisdiction and includes Indian children or adults as participants or programs that may benefit Indian children or adults, including any program established under Title VII, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The Council submits to the Congress a report on the activities of the Council that includes recommendations the Council considers appropriate for the improvement of Federal education programs that include Indian children or adults as participants or that may benefit Indian children or adults, and recommendations concerning the funding of any such program. The public will be given an opportunity to participate in the open portion of the meeting. See the Federal Register for details.
    (June 18, 2015)

  • NOTICE FOR NATIVE YOUTH COMMUNITY PROJECT APPLICANTS
    The Office of Indian Education is announcing recent notices on two issues related to the NYCP competition grant application process. Please see the Indian Demonstration Applicant page for these updates. You may access the Indian Demonstration Appliant page here: http://www2.ed.gov/programs/indiandemo/applicant.html.
    (June 16, 2015)

  • WEBINAR SERIES - FY 2015 STATE TRIBAL EDUCATION PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM AND NATIVE YOUTH COMMUNITY PROJECTS PROGRAM WILL BE HOSTING WEBINAR SESSIONS
    The Office of Indian Education has been hosting a series of online webinar sessions for both of the programs currently with competitions. The webinar series has concluded but you can still access archives of the sessions.

      April 30, 2015 - State Tribal Education Partnerships (STEP) Pre-Application Webinar Session
      May 12, 2015 - State Tribal Education Partnerships (STEP) Preliminary Agreement Webinar Session; and
      May 14, 2015 - Native Youth Community Projects (NYCP) Pre-Application Webinar Session;
      May 19, 2015 - Native Youth Community Projects (NYCP) Developing Community Partnerships Webinar Session;
      May 21, 2015 - Native Youth Community Projects (NYCP) Needs Assessment and Data Analysis
      May 27, 2015 - Native Youth Community Projects (NYCP) Going From A Needs Assessment to a Strategy
      May 28, 2015 - Native Youth Community Projects (NYCP) Program Devleopment, Goals, Measurable Objectives, and Services
      June 3, 2015 - NYCP/STEP, Evaluation 101: An Introduction to Evaluating Grant Projects
      June 9, 2015 - NYCP/STEP: Tips for Grant Writing and Evaluation
      All webinar sessions were recorded and are available at this link: http://oie.manhattanstrategy.com/

    (June 16, 2015)

  • 2015 NATIVE YOUTH COMMUNITY PARTNERS (NYCP) COMPETITION OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED ON APRIL 28, 2015
    The 2015 Indian Demonstration Grant Competition called the Native Youth Comminuty Partners program officially opened today. The Federal Register notice announcing the new competition may be found here: Federal Register Notice. The grant competition opens April 28, 2015 and closes June 29, 2015. A Notice of Intent to Apply need to be submitted by June 2, 2015. Applicants must use Grants.Gov to apply and may find more information at www.grants.gov. The purpose of the Demonstration Grants for Indian Children program is to provide financial assistance to projects that develop, test, and demonstrate the effectiveness of services and programs to improve the educational opportunities and achievement of preschool, elementary, and secondary Indian students. The priority for Native Youth Community Projects is a new priority under the Demonstration Grants program and a major part of the Generation Indigenous (Gen-I) Initiative. These projects will provide funding to support community-driven, comprehensive projects to help American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN)children become college- and career ready. Given the interconnectedness of inschool and out-of-school factors, the Department intends to award several grants to encourage a community-wide approach to providing academic, social, and other support services, for AI/AN students and students’ family members that will result in improved educational outcomes, and specifically college- and career-readiness. Grantees’ project evaluations will help inform future practices that effectively improve outcomes for AI/AN youth.

    In coordination with the NYCP competition the Office of Indian Education will be hosting a Pre-Application Webinar on May 14, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT. The webinar announcement and registration instructions will be forthcoming. For more information on the NYCP grant competition you may log onto the Indian Demonstration program website at: http://www2.ed.gov/programs/indiandemo/index.html.
    (April 28, 2015)

  • FINAL REGULATIONS ON OFFICE OF INDIAN EDUCATION DISCRETIONARY PROGRAMS PUBLISHED ON APRIL 22, 2015
    The Secretary amends the regulations that govern the Professional Development program and the Demonstration Grants for Indian Children program (Demonstration Grants program), authorized under title VII of the Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965, as amended (ESEA). The regulations govern the grant application process for new awards for each program for the next fiscal year in which competitions are conducted for that program and subsequent years. For the Professional Development program, the regulations enhance the project design and quality of services to meet the objectives of the program; establish post-award requirements; and govern the payback process for grants in existence on the date these regulations become effective. For the Demonstration Grants program, the regulations add new priorities, including a priority for native youth community projects (NYCPs), and new application requirements. These regulations are effective May 22, 2015. The Federal Register Notice announcing these new regulations may be found here: http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/FR-2015-04-22/pdf/2015-09396.pdf.
    (April 22, 2015)

  • DRAFT CONSULTATION AND COORDINATION WITH AMERICAN IDNIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE TRIBAL GOVERNMENTS RELEASED
    On April 13, 2015, the Department of Education released a draft Consultation and Coordination With American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Governments document for public review. The document establishes a formal policy for how the Secretary of Education consults with American Indian and Alaska Native nations on education matters. The documents acknowledges the government-to-government relationship with Indian tribes by implementing a process that ensures consultation and collaboration when developing ED policies and actions that have troibal implications, pursuant to E.O. 13175, Consultation and Coordination With Indian Tribal Governments. The public is encouraged to submit comments on the draft policy document and will have 90 days to do so. Please submit comments by July 13, 2015 to: Tribalconsultation@ed.gov. The draft policy document is available and may be downloaded here: Consultation and Coordination With American Indian and Alaska Native Tribal Governments.

  • (April 15, 2014)

  • GRANTS MANAGEMENT TRAINING RESOURCES NOW AVAILABLE TO GRANTEES
    The Department of Education recently updated its training resources for recipients of federal education grants. The Office of Indian Education encourages all grantees to become familiar with guidance on administering various aspects of their federal grant. These training modules are free and will give the grantee a wealth of information for topics such as discretionary and formula grant administration, internal controls, cash management, indirect costs and travel. You may access this page at the following link:


    (April 15, 2015)

  • UPCOMING TRIBAL CONSULTATION SESSIONS
    The Department of Education Office of Indian Education (OIE)and the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education (WHIAIANE)have scheduled upcoming tribal consultation sessions for April 2015. In accordance with the U.S. Department of Education's commitment to engage in regular and meaningful consultation and collaboration with Indian tribes and Indian education stakeholders, the Department plans to conduct a series of consultations in 2015. Tribal consultations work to honor the government-to-government relationship between tribes and the Department of Education by providing tribal leaders and participants an opportunity to engage in dialogue with senior officials from the Department of Education about the critical issues facing American Indian and Alaska Native students. Information gathered from these sessions informs Federal education programs and policies that aim to improve outcomes for all American Indian and Alaska Native students.

    • Preliminary topics for Consultation include:
    • ED's efforts to implement the President's Generation Indigenous Initiative;
    • Civil Rights in Tribally Controlled Schools
    • Native Student Environment Initiative update
    • ED's revised tribal consultation policy
    • Native Language Memorandum of Agreement update
    • 2015 Grant Competitions

    Tribal Consultation Sessions Save-the-Date for the following:

    • April 13, 2015 Sitting Bull College, Fort Yates, ND
    • April 22, 2015 University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
    • April 26, 2015 Tribal Self-Governance Conference, Reno, NV
    • June 28, 2015 NCAI Mid-Year Meeting, St. Paul, MN

    Registration and more information, please go to: www.edtribalconsultations.org
    (March 25, 2015)

  • OBAMA ANNOUNCES NATIVE AMERICAN YOUTH EFFORT, ISSUES REPORT
    On Dec. 3, 2014, the White House hosted the White House Tribal Nations Conference, in which leaders from the 566 federally recognized Native nations engaged with the president, cabinet officials, and the White House Council on Native American Affairs on key issues facing tribes including, respecting tribal sovereignty and upholding treaty and trust responsibilities, lack of access to capital and credit, and protecting Native women and youth.

    Nearly half of Native American people (42 percent) are under the age of 24; more than one-third of Native children live in poverty; and Native youth have the lowest high school graduation rate of students across all schools. As part of the conference, the White House will release a new Native Youth Report that explores the challenges facing Native youth and makes recommendations for a path forward.

    For the first time in these conferences, the voice of Native youth was represented by 36 White House Youth Ambassadors, who joined tribal leaders in the breakout sessions and panels, and participating in leadership development programming.

    President Obama announced the launch of Generation Indigenous (Gen I), a Native youth initiative focused on removing the barriers that stand between Native youth and their opportunity to succeed. This initiative will take a comprehensive, culturally appropriate approach to help improve the lives and opportunities for Native youth and will include:

    • New Native Youth Community Projects, administered by ED through the existing Demonstration Grants Program to provide funding in a select number of Native communities to support culturally relevant coordinated strategies designed to improve the college- and career-readiness of Native children and youth.
    • New National Tribal Youth Network program in partnership with the Aspen Institute’s Center for Native American Youth. The Youth Network will support leadership development, provide peer support through an interactive online portal that links resources and tools, and empowers youth to become leaders within their communities. The White House, in cooperation with the Aspen Institute, will also host a high-level convening on challenges facing Native youth in February 2015.
    • The release of the White House Native Youth Report that acknowledges past failures of federal policy on the education of Native students, explores the breadth of the challenges facing Native children, and makes recommendations for a path forward.
    • The launch of the Cabinet Native Youth Listening Tour, which will begin next year as part of the President’s call to hear directly from Native youth on how to bolster federal policies to improve youth outcomes. In addition, the Administration will expand federal outreach on youth internships and employment opportunities across the federal agencies.
    • The first White House Tribal Youth Gathering to engage hundreds of Native youth in a day-long convening in the summer of 2015. This gathering builds on the November 2014 Native Youth Conference hosted by Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and the tribal youth visit with President Obama.

    In addition to these efforts, the Department of the Interior is making progress to transform the Bureau of Indian Education (BIE). Since Secretary Jewell's Secretarial Order directing Indian Affairs to restructure the BIE to serve as a support network to schools rather than a direct education provider, DOI, along with ED has made steady progress towards implementing the administration’s vision of high-achieving tribally controlled schools.

  • Tribal Consultation Listening Sessions on Native Youth Initiative Scheduled
    A series of tribal consultation listening sessions have been scheduled by the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education (WHIAIANE) in conjunction with the Office of Indian Education. The purpose of the consultations are to discuss with tribal leaders the proposed changes to the Office of Indian Education discretionary program priorities in 2015 in order to implement a new Native Youth Initiative. In addition to tribal consultation sessions, several webinar broadcasts will be held to gather input from Indian Country on the proposed changes. To learn more about the consultation sessions please log onto the following site: www.edtribalconsultations.org and be sure to register for these upcoming events. All interested tribal leaders and the Indian public are encouraged to listen in to the webinars to learn more about proposed changes to OIE discretionary program priorities in 2015. Input gathered from these sessions will guide the development of this new priority for OIE discretionary programs.

    Also available on the ED Tribal Consultation website is a tribal leader letter announcing the consultation sessions located here: Letter-ConsultationonNativeYouthInitiative.pdf. The PowerPoint developed for the webinar sessions is located here: Native Youth Consultation PowerPoint.
    (October 22, 2014)

  • OFFICE OF INDIAN EDUCATION ANNOUNCES 2014 INDIAN EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT GRANT AWARDS
    The Office of Indian Education has announced the awards for the 2014 Indian Professional Development program. The purposes of the Indian Education Professional Development Grants program are to (1) Increase the number of qualified Indian individuals in professions that serve Indians; (2) provide training to qualified Indian individuals to become teachers, administrators, teacher aides, social workers, and ancillary educational personnel; and (3) improve the skills of qualified Indian individuals who serve in the education field. Activities may include, but are not limited to, continuing education programs, symposia, workshops, conferences, and direct financial support. Below is a ist of the 2014 awards. The full set of abstracts are located at this link 2014 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AWARDS".


    ARIZONA
    AZ Board of Regents AZ State University

    MASSACHUSETTS
    University of Massachusetts Boston

    NEW YORK
    Research Foundation SUNY Potsdam

    OKLAHOMA
    Southeastern Oklahoma State University

    OREGON
    Portland State University
    (October 1, 2014)

  • OFFICE OF INDIAN EDUCATION ANNOUNCES 2014 INDIAN EDUCATION DEMONSTRATION GRANT AWARDS
    The Office of Indian Education announces the 2014 awards under the Indian Demonstration Grants for Indian Children. A total of seven awards were made recently under this authorization. Demonstration Grants for Indian Children is a competitive discretionary grant program that supports projects to develop, test and demonstrate the effectiveness of services and programs to improve educational opportunities and achievement of Indian children. To meet the purposes of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, as amended, this program focuses project services on the following two absolute priorities: (1) increasing school readiness skills of three- and four-year old Indian children to prepare them for successful entry into kindergarten; and, (2) enabling Indian high school students to transition successfully to postsecondary education by increasing their competency and skills in challenging subjects, including mathematics and science. Below is a ist of the 2013 awards. The full set of abstracts are located at this link 2014 DEMONSTRATION AWARDS".


    ALASKA
    Tebughna Foundation
    Cook Inlet Tribal Council


    ARIZONA
    Page Unified School District #8
    San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation

    IDAHO
    Coeur d'Alene Tribe

    MICHIGAN
    Keweenaw Bay Ojibwa Community College

    MINNESOTA
    Indepemndent School District #25

    MONTANA
    Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes
    Stone Child College

    NEBRASKA
    Educational Service District #49

    NORTH DAKOTA
    United Tribes Technical College

    OKLAHOMA
    Maryetta School Route 6

    WASHINGTON
    Wellpinit School District #49
    (October 1, 2014)

  • Tribal Consultation Transcripts Available - UPDATED 04/08/14
    Update includes the latest set of transcripts for the September 12, 2013 Tribal Leader Consultation Session, held in Scottsdale, AZ. On December 2, 2011, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13592, which established the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education (Initiative). The President's Initiative committed the Federal Government to working closely with tribal governments to close the achievement gap between Indian students and non-Indian students, decrease the alarmingly high dropout rates of all American Indian and Alaska Native students, and help preserve and revitalize Native languages.

    The Secretaries of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) serve as co-chairs of the Initiative. The Departments of the Interior and Education must collaborate with those who know their students and communities the best and will be hosting four Tribal Leader Consultation meetings to consult on the following objectives: (1) the development and content of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of the Interior and the Department of Education and (2) the strategic implementation of the Initiative.

    The Department of Education recently conducted tribal consultation meetings in various locations around the country. You may download these trancripts in Word or PDF format below. These include:

    April 18, 2014 - Missoula, MT, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (460K)

    April 15, 2014 - Oklahoma City, OK, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (563K)

    February 5, 2014 - Wshington, DC, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (664K)

    January 29, 2014, Washington, DC - STEP Webinar PowerPoint
    [download file] PDF (1365K)

    January 29, 2014, Washington, DC - STEP Webinar Transcript
    [download file] PDF (208K)

    January 28, 2014, Washington, DC - Professional Development Webinar PowerPoint
    [download file] PDF (1,567K)

    January 28, 2014 - Washington, DC, Professional Development Webinar Transcript
    [download file] PDF (116K)

    September 12, 2013 - Scottsdale, AZ, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (627K)

    August 15, 2013 - Smith River, CA, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (627K)

    May 13, 2013 - Niagra Falls, NY, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (501K)

    September 17, 2012 - Anchorage, AK, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (531K)

    August 30, 2012 - Pala, CA, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (336K)

    May 30, 2012 - Seattle, WA, Urban Native Educational Learning Session
    [download file] PDF (605K) | [download file] MS Word (332K)


    May 24, 2012 - Flagstaff, AZ, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (432K) | [download file] MS Word (251K)


    June 8, 2012 - Chicago, IL, Urban Native Educational Learning Session
    [download file] PDF (384K) | [download file] MS Word (243K)

    Previous tribal consultation material for 2010 and 2011 may be found here:
    2012 and 2011 Tribal Consultation documents
    (April 8, 2014)

  • Tribal Consultation Transcripts Available - UPDATED 11/12/2013
    Update includes the latest set of transcripts for the September 12, 2013 Tribal Leader Consultation Session, held in Scottsdale, AZ. On December 2, 2011, President Barack Obama signed Executive Order 13592, which established the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska Native Education (Initiative). The President's Initiative committed the Federal Government to working closely with tribal governments to close the achievement gap between Indian students and non-Indian students, decrease the alarmingly high dropout rates of all American Indian and Alaska Native students, and help preserve and revitalize Native languages.

    The Secretaries of the U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) and the U.S. Department of Education (ED) serve as co-chairs of the Initiative. The Departments of the Interior and Education must collaborate with those who know their students and communities the best and will be hosting four Tribal Leader Consultation meetings to consult on the following objectives: (1) the development and content of a Memorandum of Understanding between the Department of the Interior and the Department of Education and (2) the strategic implementation of the Initiative.

    The Department of Education recently conducted tribal consultation meetings in various locations around the country. You may download these trancripts in Word or PDF format below. These include:

    February 5, 2014 - Wshington, DC, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (664K)

    January 29, 2014, Washington, DC - STEP Webinar PowerPoint
    [download file] PDF (1365K)

    January 29, 2014, Washington, DC - STEP Webinar Transcript
    [download file] PDF (208K)

    January 28, 2014, Washington, DC - Professional Development Webinar PowerPoint
    [download file] PDF (1,567K)

    January 28, 2014 - Washington, DC, Professional Development Webinar Transcript
    [download file] PDF (116K)

    September 12, 2013 - Scottsdale, AZ, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (627K)

    August 15, 2013 - Smith River, CA, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (627K)

    May 13, 2013 - Niagra Falls, NY, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (501K)

    September 17, 2012 - Anchorage, AK, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (531K)

    August 30, 2012 - Pala, CA, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (336K)

    May 30, 2012 - Seattle, WA, Urban Native Educational Learning Session
    [download file] PDF (605K) | [download file] MS Word (332K)


    May 24, 2012 - Flagstaff, AZ, Tribal Leader Consultation Meeting
    [download file] PDF (432K) | [download file] MS Word (251K)


    June 8, 2012 - Chicago, IL, Urban Native Educational Learning Session
    [download file] PDF (384K) | [download file] MS Word (243K)

    Previous tribal consultation material for 2010 and 2011 may be found here:
    2012 and 2011 Tribal Consultation documents
    (September 5, 2013)

  • New ED506 Form Available
    A new Title VII Student eligibility form is now available from the Office of Indian Education. The 506 Form is used by Indian education formula programs to document Indian heritage of participating students. To download this and other files follow this link to our Indian formula resource page: http://www.ed.gov/programs/indianformula/resources.html
    (July 29, 2013)

  • National Advisory Council on Indian Education Annual Report for 2011-2012 Available
    The National Advisory Council on Indian Education (NACIE) recently released their annual report to congress for 2011-2012. The report details the council's recommendations for American Indian and Alaska Native education and activites for 2011 and 2012. The annual report may be viewed by clicking this link: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oese/oie/nacie.html
    (July 17, 2013)

  • UPDATE: Transcripts for NACIE's meeting are now available at the following link: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oese/oie/nacie.html

  • State Department of Indian Education Page Updated
    The Office of Indian Education has updated the State Department of Indian Education listings from across the country. These officies have primary oversight over Indian education programs in their respective states. To access the updated page please click here: http://www2.ed.gov/about/offices/list/oese/oie/statecontacts.html
    (February 28, 2013)

  • Executive Order on American and Alaska Native Education Signed by President Obama
    On December 2, 2011 President Obama signed a new Executive Order on Improving American Indian and Alaska Native Educational Opportunities and Strengthening Tribal Colleges and Universities. The order provide for an Interagncy Working Group to facilitate the order and increase educational opportunities for tribal colleges and universities. The Order also calls for increasing outcomes for American Indian and Alaska Native outcomes including native language and culture. The link to the order may be found here: https://www.whitehouse.gov/the-press-office/2013/06/26/executive-order-establishing-white-house-council-native-american-affairs
    (December 2, 2011)

  • National Indian Education Study 2009 Part 1 & 2 Released
    National Indian Education Study 2009 Part I: Performance of American Indian and Alaska Native Students at Grades 4 and 8 on NAEP 2009 Reading and Mathematics Assessments is now available at http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/nies The report presents the results of Part I of the National Indian Education Study (NIES) focusing on the performance of American Indian and Alaska Native (AI/AN) fourth- and eighth-graders on the 2009 National Assessment of Educational Progress in reading and mathematics. A national sample of approximately 9,300 AI/AN students at grades 4 and 8 participated in the reading assessment and 9,000 in the mathematics assessment. Results from this study are compared to those from the first NIES conducted in 2005 and 2008. The results for 12 states with relatively large populations of AI/AN students are presented in addition to the national results.

    See complete results at: http://nces.ed.gov/nationsreportcard/nies
    NIES was conducted by the National Center for Education Statistics on behalf of the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Indian Education. NAEP, the National Assessment of Educational Progress, is administered by the National Center for Education Statistics within the Institute of Education Sciences.
    (July 17, 2010)

  • Update on OIE Contacts
    OIE's work in processing all applications and awards is performed by teams instead of specific state assignments of grantees to program specialists. For more information and a listing of teams, see Contacts for OIE.
    (April 6, 2007)

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