Indian Education

The Oklahoma Indian Education Resource

The Oklahoma Indian Education Resource is an online resource designed to strengthen and expand the teaching of Native American culture, traditions, history and governments in Oklahoma.

Included in this valuable resource:
  • Oklahoma Indian tribe guides
  • Educator lesson plans
  • Collection of research tools and resources for educators

Click here to access the resource


Julian Guerrero, Jr.
Executive Director of American Indian Education
Oklahoma State Department of Education
(405) 522-5311

For questions regarding Title VI,
please contact Tara Ramsey, Office of Indian Education (OIE) Acting Director at:
Phone: 202-260-2063

The office of American Indian Education shall serve as an ambassador for Indian Education providing guidance and leadership to the Native American tribes recognized as sovereign nations.

Services include technical assistance information and appropriate professional development, as well as, collaborative efforts to bridge the gap between the state, tribal nations, and schools. The office will provide educators with continued access to culturally appropriate resource/information and in-service that reflects teaching strategies and learning styles which ensure full inclusion of the Native American child in a positive learning environment and furthers the educational opportunities of the Native American students enrolled in Oklahoma’s public schools.

Oklahoma Tribal Consultation Guide

Links to Native American Resources

Native American Scholarship

ED 506 Form

Facts and Figures

  • There are over 130,000 Native American students attending Oklahoma public schools.
  • For FY 2018-19, Oklahoma has 403 Title VI Indian Education programs in Oklahoma public schools.


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Last updated on May 15, 2019