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From left is Amy Aalgaard, a science teacher at Bemidji Middle School, and Amy Skala, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at BMS. The teachers were part of a two-week summer teaching program on how to make science more culturally and regionally relevant to Native American students. The summer institute program is funded through a three-year grant from the Minnesota Dept. of Education and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society. Pioneer Photo/Anne Williams

Teachers take part in summer program

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From left is Amy Aalgaard, a science teacher at Bemidji Middle School, and Amy Skala, a sixth-grade language arts teacher at BMS. The teachers were part of a two-week summer teaching program on how to make science more culturally and regionally relevant to Native American students. The summer institute program is funded through a three-year grant from the Minnesota Dept. of Education and the American Indian Science and Engineering Society. Pioneer Photo/Anne Williams

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