Theory-to-Practice: Researching Indigenous Education in the United States
Keywords:Indigenous Education, Indigenous Research
This article advances theories and scholarship focused on Indigenous educational research in the U.S. by engaging with the scholarship of Bryan Brayboy and Sandy Grande. This article provides an overview of the history of Indigenous education research and suggests that engaging with Indigenous-centered theories is essential for scholars undertaking this research endeavor. This article also acknowledges how past research practices inform current research and offers researchers a brief demonstration of how to apply these theories to their own educational research practices.
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