Orange Bowl Rivals Join Forces on Native American Education

Clemson University and the University of Oklahoma may be intense rivals in college football, particularly this year with the Capital One Orange Bowl at stake. But they are partners in what arguably is a more important arena: reducing the dropout rate of Native American high school students. Clemson’s National Dropout Prevention Center will be in Oklahoma City March 6-9, 2016, working with local partners to host the “National Forum on Dropout Prevention: Serving Native Students and Tribal Communities.” Read Pearl Stewart’s story about the partnership in Diverse Issues in Higher Education at For more information about the conference, see

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