Arizona schools make up half of priority list for tribal school repairs


WASHINGTON – Half of the 10 schools on the Bureau of Indian Education priority replacement list released this week are in Arizona, while another three are on the New Mexico portion of the Navajo Nation.

Making the list is just the first step in a process that can take years before a school is replaced – if Congress approves money for construction. Schools on the list start the planning process, but then join a backlog of 50 to 60 schools listed in past years.


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