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Title VII: Indian Education

The Indian Education Office provides technical assistance to school districts especially districts that receive federal Title VII Indian Education funding.

The outreach is also extended to Tribal Nations and Education Departments plus community agencies that serve American Indian/Alaskan Native Families.


The Office of Indian Education (OIE), located in the Office of the Under Secretary (OUS), was created in 1972 under the Indian Education Act. The No Child Left Behind Act (NCLB) of 2001 amends the Indian education programs in OIE as Title VII, Part A of Elementary and Secondary Education Act. The Federal legislation focuses on the education of American Indians, Alaska Natives and Native Hawaiians for preschool to graduate school.


Coordinators Meetings

Upcoming Meetings
Utah Education Network (UEN)


Government, State and Tribal Initiatives
Utah Education Network (UEN)

Indian Education: Formula Grants to Local Education Agencies (LEAs)
U.S. Department of Education

Indian Education Teacher Resources
Utah Education Network (UEN)

Title VII Student Eligibility Certification (Form 506)
U.S. Department of Education Office of Indian Education

Utah Tribes

The map shows the general areas of inhabitance along with the Utah school districts.  Five major tribes have inhabited and continue to inhabit Utah:

Contact Information

Utah American Indian/Alaska Native Education Advisory Committee: Members