American Indian Education
The MAPS Indian Education program is created as a supplemental program of in response to the 1972 Indian Education Act. The American Indian Education Program provides services to students; including parents and families. The MAPS Indian Education Program is supervised via the Office of Federal and State Programs, working in collaboration with the American Indian Parent Advisory Committee. The goal is to provide meaningful, intentional, effective academic/non academic services and opportunities to every MAPS American Indian student, while fostering cultural identity and pride. In addition, we provide education and professional development to MAPS staff.
The American Indian Education Program provides services to students, parents, and families. All services are supplemental to existing services or are services not provided by another school program. American Indian Education Program services may be provided to any American Indian student who is:
- An enrolled member of a tribe, band, or other organized group, including Alaskan Natives.
- The child or grandchild of a member of a tribe, band, or other organized group.