Educators of Native American Students (EONAS) is a sub group of TODOS-Mathematics for All, an affiliate of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. EONAS, at each NCTM Annual Meeting since 2005, has been featured in at least one session and hosted a separate meeting to discuss issues of importance to those in American Indian education. Those issues include the underrepresentation of American Indians in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields, and underperformance of American Indian students on mathematics and science assessments. We have a website being developed.  Please take a look and reply with suggestions. http://nasgem.rpi.edu/pl/eonasRead More →

A Summer Solstice Potluck Social NASA AGNA, AISES LEPC, and LENAC invite you to our annual Native American summer social in Cleveland, Ohio. Date: Saturday, June 14, 2014 Time: 1 – 6 p.m. Location: Edgewater Park (upper Westside) Come rain or shine Please Bring a Dish to Share! Sponsored by NASA Advisory Group for Native Americans (AGNA); AmericanIndian Science and Engineering Society Lake Erie Professional Chapter (AISES LEPC); and Lake Erie Native American Council (LENAC).Please call Avis Hudson-Burnette, 216.375.2638 or Lynn O’Keefe, 440.537.8502 for more information.  PotluckFlierfinalRead More →

Please join us in honoring our traditional ways by celebrating the Cleveland Native American Community on the Spring Equinox.  By gathering on the Spring Equinox, we are acknowledging the balance of the season, bringing this balance into our community, and renewing our commitment to our future generations. AGENDA: Saturday March 22, 2014 7:27a.m Sunrise Prayer @ Edgewater Park (upper picnic area) 9:30a Free Breakfast @ St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 10a-1p Native American Forum @ St. Luke’s Episcopal Church 1349 West 78th Street Cleveland 44102 spring_equinoxRead More →

AISES – LEPC invites high school juniors, seniors, or recent high school graduates (within one year of graduation) to apply to the AISES – Lake Erie Professional Chapter High School Scholar Program. This program was implemented in 2010 to support Native American high school juniors and seniors with interests in the STEM field from the AISES-Lake Erie Professional Chapter region. One student will be selected to participate in a fully funded trip (airfare + lodging + meal allowance + registration) to the 2013 AISES National Conference in Denver, Colorado on October 31st to November 2nd, 2013. Application is available for download: aises_hs_application_final2013Read More →