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    Little Canada, Minnesota (ICC)

    The Indian Land Tenure Foundation Board of Directors this fall awarded grants and contracts totaling $207,124 for curriculum development, sacred site protection and land management:

    The Indian Land Tenure Foundation (ILTF) has awarded $40,094 to the South Dakota Department of Education, Office of Indian Education, to support the development of state academic standards and assessment requirements in American Indian history and culture. In addition, the Foundation awarded up to $50,000 in contracts for tribe-specific curriculum development in Montana.

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