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Indian Education

​​​About Indian Education

Fresno Unified School District's Indian Education is a federally funded program that is designed to provide academic and student support services for American Indian and Alaska Native students.  The program functions with an active Parent Advisory Comittee which meets every third Tuesday of each month from September through May.  The goal of Indian Education is to improve the achievement levels of American Indian and Alaska native students by providing academic support services and links to all available resources.                                                                         

Indian Education Contact

​Michelle Lira, Indian Ed Technician

Phone: (559) 457-3949 Fax (559) 457-3641



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