AIHEC

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AIHECAmerican Indian Higher Education Consortium
AIHECAmerican International Higher Education Corporation (South Africa)
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Ambler (1999) of the Tribal College Journal states that Haskell Indian Nations University is offering telecourses through the American Indian Higher Education Consortium telecommunications project.
American Indian Higher Education Consortium, Institute for Higher Education Policy, & Sallie May Education Institute.
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium Founded by, and jointly governed by, the tribal colleges, AIHEC supports the work of the colleges and the national movement for tribal self-determination.
Today, the American Indian Higher Education Consortium counts 34 tribally controlled colleges in 13 states.
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium was founded 23 years ago as a support network for a number of new tribal colleges.
Officials with the American Indian Higher Education Consortium say their data on the colleges' retention rates is unreliable because the schools use varying criteria.
The American Indian Higher Education Consortium recently asked Congress to approve a provision that would allow the bureau to fund the two technical institutions through the regular Title I appropriation.
There are 34 Tribal Colleges and Universities that are members of the American Indian Higher Education Consortium (AIHEC).
That group created the American Indian Higher Education Consortium in 1972 to address common challenges such as fundraising and attracting qualified faculty.
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