Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver Materials

Here are many primary documents relating to the Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver.

State Documents

MITW eligibility policy-procedure FINAL

Tribally Generated Documents

Sault Tribe Legal Analysis of MITW — 1995

1993 Brief Report on the MITW

1995 Timeline

Reinhardt, A Comparative Socio-Historical Content Analysis of Treaties and Current American Indian Education Legislation with Implications for the State of Michigan — 1998

Tribal Position Paper to Mich. Civil Rights Commission — Jan. 17, 2007

Other Documents

Lumbees from Robeson v. State of Michigan — consent decree — 1982

Michigan Legislative Services Bureau 2000 Report

Attorney General Opinion No. 6581 — May 1989

Rep. Sak Request to Attorney General for Opinion — March 14, 2007

AG Cox Declining to Issue Opinion on Constitutionality of MITW

Historical Materials

Harold Ickes Letter Jan. 22, 1934

Act of Congress — Granting Certain Property to the State of Michigan for Institutional Purposes

One Response to Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver Materials

  1. Dr. Martin Reinhardt says:

    You might want to add one more document:

    THE PRE-LEGISLATIVE HISTORY OF THE MICHIGAN INDIAN TUITION WAIVER ©1998 Martin J. Reinhardt

    Abstract: This study focuses on the pre-legislative history of the Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver (MITW). Much of the relevant history for this analysis of Public Act 174, of 1976 (The Michigan Indian Tuition Waiver Act) does not exist in document form, but within oral history. Testimonies from individuals involved in the development of the MITW are recorded, analyzed, and juxtaposed with media accounts to complete the pre-legislative history of the MITW. The main research question explored in depth is: What social and legal factors of the late 1960s and early 1970s influenced the development of the MITW? Included in the narrative are sections that focus on important social and legal considerations in the development of the MITW. This thesis will be useful for legislators and other makers of public policy, especially those involved in the administration of the MITW.

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