TCJ: “More than an Education: Three Tribal College Graduates Blaze Paths to Law School”

Like TCUs, PLSI is affected by education policy because it too depends on federal funding for a portion of its operating budget. Both TCUs and PLSI have continued to operate for more than 50 years, opening transformative doors for Native students. Felisha Adams, Amber Morningstar Byars, and Mariah Black Bird are on their way to becoming Native American lawyers, and all three have benefited from a tribal college education and PLSI.

Article here.

” Tribal Colleges Give Remarkable Return on Investment” – Indian Country Today

Ryan Winn is the Humanities Department Chair at the College of Menominee Nation, and in an article published in Indian Country Today, he eloquently gives Ms. Sarah Butrymowicz of The Hechinger Report, the “what for” after she published a not-too-accurate article about success rates at tribal colleges. Mr. Winn’s response article can be found here, http://indiancountrytodaymedianetwork.com/2015/03/23/tribal-colleges-give-remarkable-return-investment