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senate Bill S. 2711

Native American Education Opportunity Act

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Native American Education Opportunity Act

Official Title

A bill to expand opportunity for Native American children through additional options in education, and for other purposes.


Native American Education Opportunity Act This bill amends the Education Amendments of 1978 to require the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) to reimburse states for grants made to education savings accounts for eligible students who: (1) attended or will be eligible to attend a BIA-funded school, (2) live on the reservation of a tribe, (3) will not be attending a BIA-funded school or other public elementary or secondary school for the applicable school year, and (4) meet applicable eligibility requirements. From ESAs, parents may purchase goods and services related to students' educational needs.

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      senate Committees
      Committee on Indian Affairs
    IntroducedMarch 17th, 2016
    We owe the American Indians but for generations all we have heard is about the other groups this group is the orgnial owners of this country that is who we owe!!!!!