The Michigan Indian Education Council (MIEC) formed in 1977 and subsequently incorporated as a voluntary not-for-profit 501c3 organization in 1994. We are an advocacy organization concerned with Native American education throughout the State of Michigan. We host an annual Native American Critical Issues Conference. The location of the Conference varies as do the sponsors. The conference attracts a broad range of people interested in Indian education issues including teachers, policy makers, Title VI Indian Education Act programs, tribal schools, tribal colleges, tribal education departments, and Native American studies programs. It also includes a professional and youth track.
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The 51st Annual Native American Critical Issues Conference
March 11-13, 2021, 9-12:30pm ET on Zoom
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For more conference details, visit the conference page at http://miec.org/conference/
Join us to honor the 2021 Distinguished Service Award Recipient during the opening ceremony of the conference.
MIEC Distinguished Service Award Recipients
2004 Robert Van Alstine
2005 Victoria Miller
2006 Helen Roy
2007 Paul Johnson
2008 Kenny Pheasant
2009 George Cornell
2010 Richard Sgarlotti
2011 Linda Keway
2012 Joseph Webster
2013 Arthur Brant
2014 Ziibiwing Cultural Society
2015 Eva Petoskey
2016 Sharon Kota
2017 Howard Kimewon
2018 Frank Ettawageshik
2019 Bucko Teeple
2020 Ron Yob
2021 June Mamagona Fletcher