We have recently released the Truth and Healing Curriculum, which is comprised of four (4) lessons on Indian boarding schools for grade school, middle school, and high school learning levels. For more information on this new curriculum and the collaborative work between NABS and the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) toward a trauma-informed curricular framework and professional development for teachers, please visit our curriculum resources page.
We are often asked for a list of recommended books on Indian Boarding School history and experiences in the U.S. Knowing our history and speaking the truth are just the beginning of the ways in which we can bring about healing and transformation for ourselves, our families and communities, and our Nations here on Turtle Island. We are happy to share this sampling of books on this Indigenous Peoples' Day 2020 and we encourage you to share and read with others.
NABS has a network of researchers compiling data about the history and impacts of boarding schools. As part of our mission to share the truth about boarding schools, we aim to educate as many people as possible.
Create a free user-ID and browse the online database of research and information on the work being done around the U.S. and Canada on Indian boarding schools which we have identified to date. Become a member (also free for individuals) and gain access to our interactive portal where you can share additional resources and discuss the current information we've made available.