NIEA states, “We are proud to honor the educators and advocates who continue to make a lasting impact on Native education”. Their mission “to work with educators to explore ways of improving schools and the educational systems serving Native children; to promote the maintenance and continued development of language and cultural programs; and to develop and implement strategies for influencing local, state, and federal policy and decision makers” characterizes Matt’s dedicated work and support of Native children.
Matt Remle, Native American Liason for the Marysville School District, has been named the National Indian Education Association (NIEA) Educator of the Year.
We are very proud that Matt is being presented with this prestigious award. It is well-deserved! Matt will be honored at the National conference scheduled in October.