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Washington State Indian Education Association members are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

The Washington State Indian Education Association (WSIEA) was formally established in 1983. The purpose of WSIEA is to promote educational excellence for all Native American students through effectively influencing educational policy developments and implementation at state, regional, and national levels in cooperation with other educators and educational institutions. WSIEA membership includes Indian educators, parents, and others who are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

April 3-5, 2019

Little Creek Resort/Casino

91 West State Route 108

Shelton, WA 98584

Toll Free 1-800/667-7711 or 360/427-7711

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WASHINGTON STATE INDIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

SUPPORTING

EDUCATION JOURNEYS

WASHINGTON STATE INDIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

SUPPORTING

EDUCATION JOURNEYS

Washington State Indian Education Association members are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

The Washington State Indian Education Association (WSIEA) was formally established in 1983. The purpose of WSIEA is to promote educational excellence for all Native American students through effectively influencing educational policy developments and implementation at state, regional, and national levels in cooperation with other educators and educational institutions. WSIEA membership includes Indian educators, parents, and others who are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

April 3-5, 2019

Little Creek Resort/Casino

91 West State Route 108

Shelton, WA 98584

 

Toll Free 1-800/667-7711 or 360/427-7711

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WASHINGTON STATE

INDIAN EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

SUPPORTING
EDUCATION JOURNEYS

April 3-5, 2019

Little Creek Resort/Casino

91 West State Route 108

Shelton, WA 98584

 

Toll Free 1-800/667-7711 or 360/427-7711

Supporting Native Students through Consultation and Collaboration

Washington State Indian Education Association members are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

The Washington State Indian Education Association (WSIEA) was formally established in 1983. The purpose of WSIEA is to promote educational excellence for all Native American students through effectively influencing educational policy developments and implementation at state, regional, and national levels in cooperation with other educators and educational institutions. WSIEA membership includes Indian educators, parents, and others who are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

April 3-5, 2019

Little Creek Resort/Casino

91 West State Route 108 • Shelton, WA 98584

 

Toll Free 1-800/667-7711 or 360/427-7711

A FUTURE

AT YOUR

Fingertips

Washington State Indian Education Association members are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

 

The Washington State Indian Education Association (WSIEA) was formally established in 1983. The purpose of WSIEA is to promote educational excellence for all Native American students through effectively influencing educational policy developments and implementation at state, regional, and national levels in cooperation with other educators and educational institutions. WSIEA membership includes Indian educators, parents, and others who are dedicated to improving the quality of education for Native Americans.

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