Tribal Language Revitalization Report

The Office of Head Start's (OHS) Language Revitalization Report provides information about efforts to revitalize tribal languages. The material is based on visits to programs and discussions with tribal leaders, program staff, and parents. The chapters focus on preparing and developing a strategy, implementing language learning for children and adult learners, and building community support. There are program examples and teaching tips, along with a list of resources. The report affirms the value of maintaining tribes' cultural and linguistic heritage. It also builds on the earlier work of OHS, including the Tribal Language Report (2012) and the ACF-IM-HS-15-02.

  • LEARN about culturally focused environments
  • BUILD community support
  • FIND tips to teach the language

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Topic:Culture and Language

Keywords:Tribal languageAlaska NativesAmerican IndiansHead Start reports

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