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Social Work Perspective on American Indian Education in Wyoming, A
Author(s):Bullock, Remi A.; Bullock, Remi A.
The history of education about and for American Indians in the United States is rooted in cultural elitism. Beginning in the 19th century and continuing into the 20th century, American Indian children were forcibly taken ...
First Year Seminars Effectiveness in Developing Competencies in Critical Thinking Learning Objectives Between Bridge and Non-Bridge Students at the University of Wyoming
Author(s):Ralston, Brett; Simon, Alexander; Ralston, Brett; Simon, Alexander
First year seminars have been adopted at many higher education institutions, their purpose being to increase retention rates and student success. At the University of Wyoming there is a Bridge program for underprepared ...
An Exploration of Inquiry Social Studies Education
Author(s):Good, Daniel; Good, Daniel
Exploration of Inquiry in Social Studies Education Daniel Good, Dr. Gabe Swarts Education UW Oral Honors Denver, Colorado The educational world is rapidly changing and growing. The way that learning is ...
Wyoming Politics: A Look Into the Effects of Conservative Political Traditions
Author(s):Bergman, Connor; Bergman, Connor
For most of Wyoming’s statehood, Wyoming has been known as a conservative, Republican majority state. One of the core principles of conservatism is the value of tradition and the importance of sticking to the things that ...