American Indian Studies Wisconsin Act 31 What is

American Indian Studies Wisconsin Act 31 What is

American Indian Studies Wisconsin Act 31 What is Wisconsin Act 31? The 1989-1991 biennial budget bill addressed several educational needs and included provisions requiring the study of American Indian history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the eleven federally-recognized nations and tribal communities in the state of Wisconsin . This budget also appropriated funding for the American Indian Studies Program at the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction.

Wisconsin Act 31 Created the Following Statutory Sections s. 115.28(17)(d), Wis. Stats. s. 118.01(c)7-8, Wis. Stats. s. 118.19(8), Wis. Stats.

s. 121.02(1)(h), Wis. Stats. s. 121.02(1)(L)4, Wis. Stats. s. 115.28(17)(d), Wis. Stats. Treaty Rights Curriculum The state superintendent shall: In conjunction with the American Indian Language and Culture Education Board, develop a curriculum for grades 4 to 12 on the Chippewa Indians treatybased, off-reservation rights to hunt, fish, and gather.

s. 118.01(c)7-8, Wis. Stats. Human Relations Each school board shall provide an instructional program designed to give pupils: 7. An appreciation and understanding of different value systems and cultures. 8. At all grade levels, an understanding of human relations, particularly with regard to American Indians, Black Americans, and Hispanics. s. 118.19(8), Wis. Stats. Teacher Certification Beginning July 1, 1991, the state superintendent may

not grant to any person a license to teach unless the person has received instruction in the study of minority group relations, including the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the federally recognized tribes and bands located in the state. s. 121.02(1)(h), Wis. Stats. Instructional Materials Each school board shall: Provide adequate instructional materials, texts, and library services which reflect the cultural diversity and pluralistic nature of American society.

s. 121.02(1)(L)4, Wis. Stats. K-12 Social Studies Instruction Each school board shall: Beginning September 1, 1991, as part of the social studies curriculum, include instruction in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the federally recognized American Indian tribes and bands located in the state of Wisconsin at least twice in the elementary grades and at least once in the high school grades. American Indian Studies Program Activities and Services

Presenting at conferences, workshops, and inservices. Organizing or assisting with planning of conferences, workshops, and trainings, including the annual Wisconsin American Indian Studies Summer Institute. Developing, acquiring, and/or disseminating instructional resources.

American Indian Studies Program Activities and Services Collecting and disseminating pertinent information and updates. Serving as DPI liaison to tribal communities, and other associations and organizations: - Great Lakes Inter-Tribal Council (GLITC) - Wisconsin Indian Education Association (WIEA) - Special Committee on State-Tribal Relations American Indian Studies Program DPI Publications

Publications Relating to American Indian Education and Studies: American Indian Education in Wisconsin (2015) Classroom Activities on Chippewa Treaty Rights (1991) Classroom Activities on Wisconsin Indian Treaties and Tribal Sovereignty (Bulletin 1996)

American Indian Studies Program DPI Publications Developing Agreements between Local Education Agencies and American Indian Nations and Tribal Communities: A WISCONSIN PERSPECTIVE (2017) Promoting Excellence for All: A Report from the State from the State Superintendents Task Force on Wisconsins Achievement Gap (2014)

Wisconsin Act 31 Survey Report (2014) American Indian Studies Program Web Page Announcements, Calendar of Events, Fact Sheet, and Updates

State Statutes for Wisconsin American Indian Studies Tribal Nations of Wisconsin Information Resources - Articles, Journals, Reports, and Research - Teaching and Learning - Publications - Bibliography Series for American Indian Studies

American Indian Studies Program Web Page Grants, Professional Development, and Training Opportunities Annual Summer Institute Language and Culture Education Licenses

wi-aislist Listserv - Wisconsin American Indian Studies Social Media - Facebook, Twitter, and Google + Contact Information David J. OConnor, Education Consultant American Indian Studies Program Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction

125 South Webster Street PO Box 7841 Madison, WI 53707-7841 (608) 267-2283 [email protected] http://dpi.wi.gov/amind

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