TEDNA Congressional Materials

2014:

Quinton Roman Nose, TEDNA Executive Director, Testimony to House Interior Appropriation Sub-Committee on April 7, 2014

Ms. Linda K. Smith, Deputy Assistant Secretary and Inter-Departmental Liaison-for Early Childhood Development, Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, DC - Testimony to SCIA 2/26/14

Mr. Danny Wells, Executive Officer-Division of Education, Chickasaw Nation, Ada, OK – Testimony to SCIA 2/26/14

Ms. Barbara Fabre, Chairman-National Indian Child Care Association; and Director, Child Care/Early Childhood Program, White Earth Ojibwe Nation, White Earth, MN – Testimony to SCIA 2/26/14

Ms. Jacquelyn Power, Superintendent/Principal-Blackwater Community School, Coolidge, AZ – Testimony to SCIA 2/26/14

Dr. E. Jane Costello, Associate Director for Research-Center for Child and Family Policy, Duke University, Durham, NC – Testimony to SCIA 2/26/14

TEDNA Letter for House – Tribal Budget Request – Funding for TEDs/TEAs FY14

Tedna Letter for House – Tribal Budge Request – Funding for TED/TEA’s FY14

TEDNA Letter for Senate -  Tribal Budget Request – Funding for TED/Tea’s FY14

Tedna Letter to Senate  – Tribal Budget Request – Funding for TED/TEA’s FY14

Matthew Campbell Testimony to CO House Ed Committee

2013:

TEDNA Interior App Testimony 

John Echohawk Cong. Briefing

2012:

TEDNA Education Appropriations Request Testimony FY’13

2005:

TEDNA Comments on BIE-USDEd Tribal Consultation Topic, “Improving Outcomes for Indian Students in BIE-funded Schools”

TEDNA Comments on OIEP Consultation

TEDNA’s Title VII Comments and OIE Response

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