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Controversy And Community In Schools: American Indian Education Policies In Historial Perspective

Meredith McCoy is a Ph.D. candidate in American studies at the University of North Carolina. She studies federal Indian education policy history with a focus on federal funding and the relationship between tribal, federal and state governments.

McCoy is a former policy assistant at the White House Initiative on American Indian and Alaska
Native Education, a former public school teacher and instructor at a tribal college, and a graduate of the Native Leadership Institute.