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Utah schools in Navajo communities try a monumental turnaround

Monument Valley High balances teaching Navajo culture with preparing students for careers or college. But with persistently poor academic performance, it’s rated a failing school. Dramatic changes aim to get students on the path to success.

First Published Feb 15 2014 11:16 pm • Last Updated Feb 24 2014 08:12 am

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