State Tribal Education Partnership (STEP)
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 will host a series of online webinar sessions to provide technical assistance to individuals applying for either of the two current grant competitons. This week two separate informational webinars are scheduled to discuss State Tribal Education Partnership (STEP) and the Native Youth Community Partners (NYCP) grant initiatives.
The May 12 webinar session will include:
- State Tribal Education (STEP) Partnership Preliminary Agreements/TEA Webinar
Tuesday, May 12, 2015 - 2:00 P.M. to 4:00 P.M. EDT
Program Contact: Shahla Ortega, U.S. Department of Education - Shahla.Ortega@ed.gov
To register for this webinar click here: REGISTER HERE.
The webinar will provide important information about Tribal Education Agencies - their functions, purposes, and their interaction with STEP funding. The webinar will also focus on providing information to potential STEP applicants on developing preliminary agreements and strategies to build collaboration and enhance communication. It is designed to assist potential applicants to prepare their preliminary agreements for the 2015 STEP competition. This webinar will be recorded and archived for a limited time. Presentation for the webinar and questions and answers generated from the webinar will be available to the public.
For more information visit the Federal Register Notice located at this link: April 16 Federal Register Notice.
On March 4, 2015, the Department published in the Federal Register (80 FR 11550) final priorities, requirements, definitions, and selection criteria for this program. The final priorities may be found here: March 4 Federal Register Notice
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Regional Educational Laboratory, "Profiles of partnerships between tribal education departments and local education agencies"
This study examines nine voluntary working relationships or partnerships between tribal education departments and local education agencies supporting American Indian students. Individual profiles describe how each partnership works, focusing primarily on collaborative activities intended to improve education outcomes for American Indian students. To access the report please click on this link: http://ies.ed.gov/ncee/edlabs/regions/central/pdf/REL_2012137.pdf
Mid-continent Research for Education and Learning, "American Indian Education: "The Role of Tribal Education Departments", May 2009
This study describes the roles and responsibilities, organization, and funding of Tribal Education Departments (TEDs) in the Central Region states. Tribal education departments are departments within tribes responsible for supporting the education of tribal members, created by the sovereign governments of federally recognized American Indian tribes. To download a copy of this report please click here: http://www.mcrel.org/PDF/Diversity/10905002RR_TribalEducationDepts.pdf