Tag: Navajo Technical University

NAU proposed tuition is lowest increase in a decade. See more local education news here

| April 2, 2019
NAU proposed tuition is lowest increase in a decade. See more local education news here

Northern Arizona University is changing things up in its tuition proposal for the upcoming academic year.The proposal shows the lowest increase in tuition at the Flagstaff campus since the creation of the guaranteed tuition program 11 years ago, as well as the removal of more than 250 class fees.

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KORE chairs expand flexible seating options at Sechrist. See more local education news here

| February 19, 2019
KORE chairs expand flexible seating options at Sechrist. See more local education news here

Sechrist Elementary now offers flexible seating in all its classrooms. But that doesn’t mean students are learning to touch their toes. It means young learners can now choose how – and where – they learn best.

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Homecoming spirit shines at Hopi High. See more education news here

| October 3, 2018
Homecoming spirit shines at Hopi High. See more education news here

Hopi High’s Steven Baker was crowned homecoming king and Jaeda Honani was crowned homecoming queen during halftime of the football game Sept. 21 at Bruin Stadium.

Hopi High beat Greyhills 44-0 in the football game, which capped off a week of events that included a homecoming parade and powder puff game.

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Judge restores $7.3M for Navajo Nation’s Head Start program. See more education stories here

| April 4, 2018
Judge restores $7.3M for Navajo Nation’s Head Start program. See more education stories here

A federal court has restored $7.3 million to the Navajo Nation for its Head Start program.

The ruling March 27 came in a lawsuit the tribe filed alleging it was denied an opportunity to appeal a cut in federal grant funding.

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Collaborating to improve higher education. See more Lake Powell Chronicle education stories here

| September 7, 2016
Collaborating to improve higher education. See more Lake Powell Chronicle education stories here

A joint effort by Coconino Community College, Dine’ College and Navajo Technical University could greatly expand the educational opportunities at the CCC Page Campus.

On Friday, Lena Fowler, chairman of the board of supervisors for Coconino County led a tri-educational meeting at the Page Campus and leaders from the three colleges as well as NAU discussed ways they could work together.

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