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Minn. holds first-ever Indian education summit

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ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The Minnesota Department of Education is holding a first-ever American Indian Education Summit aimed at reducing barriers facing the state's Indian students.

Gov. Mark Dayton is scheduled to deliver opening remarks at Monday's all-day conference. The event features keynote speeches from Denise Juneau, the superintendent of public instruction in Montana, and Kevin Lindsey, the commissioner of Minnesota's Department of Human Rights.

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