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Posted September 2, 2015

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Ahéhee’ (Thank You) for Navajo Language Classes

Students learn to speak Diné in classes offered by APS Indian Education Department.

Students at four APS high school are learning Diné, the language of the Navajo Nation. The classes, which link the language to its culture, are taught at West Mesa High, Del Norte High, Atrisco Heritage Academy and the Career Enrichment Center and taught by teachers from the APS Indian Education Department.

To learn more about the Navajo classes watch the video below:

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