Indigenous scholars are speaking and publishing more about their understandings and the value of Indigenous knowledge systems (IKS) for the education of Native students and for the well-being of Native people and communities. The essays described struggles in assimilationist education policy (Adams), the evolution of Indigenous movements in Mexico (Ruiz), characterizations of Haitian children's intelligence (Hudicourt-Barnes), and control of knowledge production in the world of books and publishing (Altbach).
Indigenous Knowledge and Education: Sites of Struggle, Strength, and Survivance Tiffany S Lee American Indian Quarterly; Summer 2009; 33, 3; Docstoc pg. 405
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