Thursday, January 25, 2007

Northwest Native American School Wins Award

Kotzebue School, a northwest Native American facility up in Alaska, has won a Lighthouse Award from the Council of Educational Facility Planners International. CEFPI is a professional organization whose sole mission is to improve places where children learn. CEFPI selected the Kotzebue school because of "an extensive and inclusive community planning process that addressed age-appropriate learning; school-within-a-school concepts, severe and complex environmental issues and the celebration and preservation of Native American culture."

For more articles, see Northwest Native American Culture. For art specific articles, see Northwest Native American Art.

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