Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Association

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GREAT PLAINS TRIBAL CHAIRMAN’S ASSOCIATION (GPTCA)

POSITION PAPER ON INDIAN EDUCATION & RECOMMENDATIONS

Recommendations to the Secretarial Commission on Trust Administration and Reform Regarding the Federal Government’s Role as Trustee for Indian Assets

The sixteen reservations of the Great Plains Tribes include approximately 10 million acres of land. The Great Plains Tribes collectively own a substantial amount of the federally-managed tribally-owned land in the United States.   The Great Plains Tribal Chairmen’s Association (“GPTCA”) is composed of the elected Chairs and Presidents of the federally recognized sovereign Indian Tribes and Nations within the Great Plains Region of the Bureau of Indian Affairs and was formed to promote the common interests of the Sovereign Tribes and Nations who are members of the GPTCA.

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On behalf of the sixteen Tribes in the states of South Dakota, North Dakota, and Nebraska which comprise the Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Association (GPTCA), we wish to thank Secretary Jewell for her interest and attention to tribal education.

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