For Native American high school graduates, COVID-19 has derailed plans—but not resolve.
The Census has long failed to accurately tally populations in Indian Country. COVID-19 is hampering attempts to fix that.
On the Warm Springs Reservation, residents have been without clean drinking water for three summers in a row. Where is the fix?
The Native American experience with COVID-19 is only the latest chapter in a centuries-long tragedy.
In response to COVID-19, the state closed its classrooms in spring and will keep kids at home to start the new school year.
Jefferson County school officials are working to ensure recent graduation rate gains don’t falter with a shift to distance learning.