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Unformatted text preview: * Hidden Curriculum is the nonacademic socialization and training that take place in the schooling system. *Americans racked their brains over how to best assimilate the people who populated those lands( after forced relocation, small-pox inoculation, and all-out warfare failed to eradicate tribal groups altogether). * Kill the Indian, save the child, Americans set up boarding schools, such as the Carlisle Indian Industrial School in Pennsylvania, which took children as young as six away from their families to teach them more civilized ways of life. These schools flourished for some 60 years. *Now tribally run schools on some reservations where students learn tribal languages and culture in small classes with other American Indian students. *...
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- Spring '12